Allium porrum

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Synonyms for Allium porrum

plant having a large slender white bulb and flat overlapping dark green leaves

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Fresh Cydonia oblonga leaves were collected from Ankara (September, 2014), Allium porrum bulbs and Helianthus tuberosus tubers were purchased from bazaar (February, 2015).
LEEKS (ALLIUM PORRUM) Gardeners who want to impress their trendy friends may have already harvested their leeks when they were pencil thin in summer, but you can have a continuous crop throughout autumn, winter and early spring if you plant some different varieties.
NOW that the show season is over and we have had the first frosts, it is time to start enjoying leeks (Allium porrum), whether as a straight vegetable, with some local cured ham and a lovely cheese sauce or in a warming winter soup such as leek and potato.
LEEKS (Allium porrum) were first cultivated by the Ancient Egyptians.
Por el aspecto cerebriforme de los esclerocios y el tamano de los conidios formados in situ e in vitro, el hongo investigado se identifico como Botrytis porri Buchw., anamorfo de Botryotinia porri (van Beyma Thoe Kingma) Whetzel (Crowe et al., 1996; Ellis, 1971; Elliott, 1964), reconocido en EEUU y Europa como causa frecuente de danos severos en ajo y ajo porro (Allium porrum L.) (Crowe et al., 1996).
The Allium genus includes approximately 500 species, the most widely used of which are onions (Allium cepa), garlic (Allium sativum), leeks (Allium porrum), chives (Allium schoenoprasum), and shallots (Allium ascalonicum).