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L eeks www.extension.umn.edu M1230 2008 Jill MacKenzie, Former Extension Specialist, Horticulture University of Minnesota Extension Leeks ( Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum ) are a gourmet vegetable that may be grown easily in Minnesota.

Leeks (Home Gardening Series) - FSA-6070

Agriculture and Natural Resources FSA6070. Home Gardening Series . Leeks Environment . Light – sunny Soil – well­drained loam Fertility – medium to rich


Leeks © Annette McFarlane The Waiting Game . While leeks are generally a hardy, pest and disease free crop, they are not for the novice gardener.

Leek Pest Management Strategic Plan

Fungicides registered for use on leeks for controlling white mold Strobilurins - FRAC group 11 Azoxystrobin - example brand name: Quadris ...

Crop Sheet: Leeks

Crop Sheet: Leeks Description Latin name: Allium porrum Allium = Latin name for garlic, porrum = with leek-like leaves. Long, thin vegetable with wide, flat leaves.

Leeks in the Garden

Leeks in the Garden Dan Drost, Vegetable Specialist Summary Leek is a hardy cool-season biennial that prefers full sun and fertile, well-drained soils.

Growing onions, garlic, leeks, and other alliums in Wisconsin

Successful fresh-market gardening involves more than just a talent for growing high-quality vegetables. You also need to find a market for them. Before you start, visit other growers, develop a marketing plan, and evaluate the feasibility of your proposed business.

Growing leeks in Western Australia

No. 52/99 Important Disclaimer The Chief Executive Officer of the Department of Agriculture and Food and the State of Western Australia accept no liability whatsoever by reason of negligence or otherwise arising from the use or release of this information or any part of it.

Onions: Bulb, Green and Leeks

186 2010 Ohio Vegetable Production Guide Onions: Bulb, Green and Leeks Onions: Bulb, Green and Leeks Culture Bulb Onions The bulb onions grown in Ohio are the long day storage varieties.


LEEKS C ROP P RODUCTION G UIDES July 2007 Ref: 020107 Leeks are one of the emblems of Wales. For this reason, there is particular interest in the production of Welsh leeks for sale either locally or further afield.