head lettuce

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distinguished by leaves arranged in a dense rosette that develop into a compact ball

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They form a small, loose head with blanched hearts, mature faster than romaine and head lettuce, and are slower to bolt.
Edible Garden stated on Friday that its line of hydroponic butter head lettuce will be shipped from its Belvidere and Lincoln Park facilities to John Vena for distribution throughout the Northeast.
Head lettuce forms heads at temperatures between 50-60[degrees]F.
The three largest crops, in terms of production, are onions, head lettuce and watermelons, which combined to account for 38% of the total production.
Elsewhere, there is a salad section, with cos, lollo rosso, oak leaf, choi leaves, spinach and head lettuce, netted off from the rabbits that bound around the 10-acre estate.
For example, the 58 largest producers of head lettuce (out of 830 total producers) in 2002--each harvesting at least 1,000 acres of the crop--accounted for 65 percent of the total acreage in head lettuce.
ABSTRACT : The performance of growing rabbits fed Ruzi grass (Brachiaria ruziziensis), head lettuce (Lactuca sativa) residue, Mimosa pigra and water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica) was studied in an experiment using 64 rabbits (4 males and 4 females per treatment) of 2 breeds, New Zealand White and a crossbred between New Zealand White and native breed.
Tests on phlox 'Blue Paradise', which is said to be resistant to mildew, and the non-resistant phlox 'Fujiyama', showed that both were badly affected by mildew, while there was also no difference in the result of tests for downy mildew on the so-called resistant butter head lettuce 'Milan' and the non-resistant 'All the Year Round'.
1 medium head lettuce - any combination of romaine, red leaf, butter or Boston
Examples of trial data include strawberries which have lasted 14 days, cucumbers 21 days, whole head lettuce eight days, tomatoes 15 days, broccoli 30 days, stone fruit 60 days, and apples as long as five months.
I wash just about everything (except head lettuce, and cabbage) very carefully.
1) Crisphead or head lettuce is by far the most widely consumed form in the United States, accounting for 95 percent of all lettuce produced and sold commercially here.
lettuce, or other head lettuce 2 medium carrots, peeled and grated 1/3 cup fat-free ranch-style dressing 1/4 teaspoon salt (if desired) 1/2 teaspoon pepper (if desired) 1 large tomato, sliced or cut into
The value-added produce segment got a boost this past spring when the price of head lettuce skyrocketed as a result of crop shortages caused by the severe flooding in California earlier in the year.
A 5-percent reduction in the use of fresh vegetables and melons (due largely to weather-reduced production), especially head lettuce, watermelon, and sweet corn, more than offset increased use of potatoes, vegetables for freezing, and dry edible beans.