crucifer

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Biology of the yellowmargined leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) on crucifers.
He offers a huge selection of greens, fresh herbs, crucifers, and root vegetables, all grown on his farms in central Florida.
It lays its eggs on crucifers, such as honesty, lady's smock and jack-by-the-hedge.
Crucifers contain high levels of glucosinolates, which release isothiocyanates--some of the most potent dietary anti-carcinogens known.
They thrive around the late summer flowers of lucerne, black knapweed, rattle, crucifers and purple clover.
Crucifers including cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, collards, kale,
Comparative mechanisms of host selection by insects attacking pine trees and crucifers.
They add that it might help explain why Asian women, who eat lots of crucifers, have a much lower breast cancer rate than Western women.
To promote the marketing of rice, cotton and other cash crops this year, many preparation producers used avermectin on rice leaf rollers, diamondback moths of crucifers, asparagus caterpillars, and cotton bollworms and so on, increasing the demands for avermectin.
and many crucifers found along temperate, tropical and subtropical regions of the eastern hemishere (Jainlabdeen & Prasad 2004; Lal & Ram 2004; Younas et al.
I reserve space in the greenhouse for growing cut-and-come-again green forages for my poultry--small grains, crucifers, peas.
Large and small skipper butterflies are on the wing here, and the road is lined by sulphur yellow crucifers.
The original focus was actually on asparagus, but an in-depth study by Walter Neuburg determined that the region was ideal for crucifers.
Harlequin bug, Murgantia histrionica (Hahn) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) development on three crucifers and feeding damage on broccoli.
Michael Phillips, author of The Apple Grower: A Guide for the Organic Orchardist, has concluded that grass is not a good ground cover for an orchard, so has established a diverse mix of comfrey, crucifers, and other flowering plants under his fruit trees.