A RTICHOKE IN THE G ARDEN Dan Drost, Extension Vegetable Specialist Reviewed June 2010 S UMMARY Artichoke prefers a sunny location and fertile, well drained soils.
This disease can be the factor preventing successful production in some areas. Prevention. None. INSECTS, SLUGS AND SNAILS Artichoke plume moth Description.
tral Texas, artichoke is transplanted in mid October, which means seeds must be started in mid-August. In North and West T he artichoke, a member of the this
The state-chartered California Artichoke Board was originally created for generic promotion, research, and grower cooperation, however, since 1999 the majority of its resources have been invested in research (California Artichoke Advisory Board).
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu Publication 7221 Artichoke Production in cAliforniA richArd SMith, University of California Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor, Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito Counties; AZiZ BAAMeur ...
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UC Davis, Vegetable Research and Information Center Home Vegetable Gardening Page 1 Artichoke, globe (Cynara scolymus) Recommended Variety Green Globe Imperial Star (spineless, for annual cropping) Perennial Plantings .
Jerusalem Artichoke Stanley J. Kays The University of Georgia, Department of Horticulture Athens, Georgia Scientific Name and Introduction: Helianthus tuberosus L., the Jerusalem artichoke, is a perennial of the Asteraceae family (Compositae) that is grown as an annual.
Artichoke Relish With a bizarre history and generations of farflung aficionados, there's a lot more to this southern staple condiment than meets the eye.