spinach


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Synonyms for spinach

southwestern Asian plant widely cultivated for its succulent edible dark green leaves

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Infected spinach seeds carry an average of 200 to 300 microsclerotia per seed (Maruthachalam et al.
Leskovar and Stein (2000) suggested ridge sowing of spinach and Waseem et al.
We +purAaAaAeA@ed spinach which we blend after steaming to our regular panca recipe but with a little less mix-Hope that makes sense
ARS scientists found spinach plants with low oxalate levels.
It is reported that on well drained loamy soils fertilizer rates of approximately 60-40-40 kg (NPK) per acre produced better results for the optimum growth and development of spinach [4].
Drain the spinach by pouring the contents into a pasta drainer
Spinach does not need full sun, and in fact, planting it in a shady corner of the garden will help keep it from bolting as quickly.
Spinach leaves are an excellent source of vitamin K.
The result is a fresher, healthier version of that '70s salad that made me fall in love with the now-ubiquitous baby spinach in the first place.
At the same time, wilt the spinach in a pan with a teaspoon of olive oil.
Serve with wilted spinach (see right) and tartare sauce.
Pinguin, a member of the Westrozebeke, Belgium-head-quartered PinguinLutosa Scanna Noliko Food Group, has invested in three Manta[R] 2000 sorters from Key Technology BV, Beusichem, Holland, for processing spinach and green beans.
And you can be harvesting spinach virtually all year round.
Success with spinach IT is one of those veg which can be eaten hot or cold, wilted or creamed, lightly dressed or just served a la mode.
I eat a lot of spinach ever since learning that it's good for your eyes.