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Cilantro Production in California

CILANTRO PRODUCTION IN CALIFORNIA RICHARD SMITH, UC Cooperative Extension Vegetable Crop Advisor, Monterey County; JIAN BI, UC Cooperative Extension Entomology Advisor,


1 PM 1893 April 2003 Iowa State University Horticulture Guide Home Gardening Cilantro by Eldon Everhart, Cindy Haynes, and Richard Jauron Cilantro or coriander ( Coriandrum sativum ) is a member of the carrot family, native to the Mediterranean region, and the world's most widely used herb.

Horticulture Production Guides

Alan Walters SIUC Horticultural Factsheet 4 Cilantro ( Coriandrum sativum) is also known as Chinese or Mexican parsley, and coriander. Cilantro is a cool-season biennial vegetable, although it is primarily grown in an annual production system.

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-1-will tolerate many soils as long as nutrient levels and moisture are monitored. Planting Cilantro is a cool-season crop that does best at temperatures between 50 and 85 degrees F.

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Enchiladas Soft corn tortillas filled with your choice of shredded chicken, beef, or Chihuahua cheese served with rice and beans 18.00 Mole Poblano Boneless chicken with a mild chile sauce made with herbs, nuts and garnished with sesame seeds, served with rice and beans 23.00 Pollo a la Parrilla ...


Cilantro By Kami McBride Whenever you go to a restaurant that has a salsa bar, heap on an extra tablespoon of cilantro. This delicious green herb is nothing short of a healing ally.

Cilantro Production: Sample Costs and Profitability Analysis

Cilantro Production: Sample Costs and Profitability Analysis Based on 1999 Data Collected in Ventura County, California Etaferahu Takele, Area Farm Advisor, Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, UC Cooperative Extension in Southern California.


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Cilantro/Coriander in the Garden

January 2006 HG/Garden/2006-04 Cilantro/Coriander in the Garden Colt Miller and Dan Drost Summary Cilantro/coriander prefers a sunny well-drained location and cooler weather for optimal leaf growth.