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*  Phorbol esters
Abdel-Fatta Rizk (1990). Poisonous Plant Contamination of Edible Plants. CRC Press. pp. 43-44. ISBN 9780849363696. ... Plants that contain phorbol esters are often poisonous. Goel, G; Makkar, H. P.; Francis, G; Becker, K (2007). "Phorbol esters: ... Phorbol esters are a class of chemical compounds found in a variety of plants, particularly in the Euphorbiaceae and ...
*  Edible plant stem
... s are one part of plants that are eaten by humans. Most plants are made up of roots, stems, leaves, flowers, ... Radish The whole plant is edible, but it is commonly grown for the root. Rhubarb The red or green stalks are the edible portion ... Cauliflower The edible portion is proliferated stem and flower tissue. Celery The whole plant is edible including the crisp ... There are also a few edible petioles (leaf stalks) such as celery, as well as some edible flowers. Plant stems have a variety ...
*  List of edible plants and mushrooms of southeast Alaska
Edible Wild Plants a Falcon Field Guide. Guilford, Ct: FalconGuides, 2012. Print. Telander, Todd. Edible Wild Plants a Falcon ... Southeast Alaska has an unusual climate that allows a large number of edible plant and edible mushroom species to grow. The ... Schofield, Janice J. Alaska's Wild Plants: a guide to Alaska's wild plants. Portland, Or: Alaska Northwest Books, 2009. p 61. ... Many of the edible plants that are consumed today in Southeast Alaska are eaten because of the knowledge passed down from many ...
*  Wild edible and medicinal plants of British Columbia
Almost all major groups of wild plants in British Columbia have edible members that are reported to have been used by the First ... There are numerous wild edible and medicinal plants in British Columbia that are used traditionally by First Nations peoples. ... However, plant foods traditionally contributed only a part of the total food intake of coastal First Nations peoples of British ... Studies of edible mushrooms in the Interior Salish area of British Columbia have resulted in the collection and verification by ...
*  Tagetes tenuifolia
The plant's edible flowers can be used as a garnish. Marigolds are regarded as one of the easiest plants to grow. They are very ... The plant is well suited to a mostly sunny position, and fairly well draining soil. Overly fertile soil may cause the plants to ... They can be planted out when there's no more risk of frosts. They can be purchased from most nurseries, and seeds are readily ... The plant produces many small flower heads in a flat-topped array, each head with 5 ray florets and 7-9 disc florets. ...
*  Aegopodium podagraria
However, it can be stopped from flowering by pinching out the flowers, ensuring the plant remains edible if used more sparingly ... The plant is said to have been introduced into Great Britain by the Romans as a food plant and into Northern Europe as a ... 215 p. "Ground Elder - Bishops Weed (Aegopodium podagraria)". Edible Plants. 27 January 2011. Archived from the original on 10 ... "The Plant List: A Working List of All Plant Species". Retrieved 5 December 2014. Goutweed (Aegopodium podagraria) Mrs. Grieve's ...
*  Eduardo H. Rapoport
Edible plants. In: Simon Levin (ed.), Encyclopedia of Biodiversity Vol. II: 375-382. Academic Press. Rapoport, E.H. 2000. ... The distribution of plant diseases: A look into the biogeography of the future. Journal of Biogeography 3 (4): 365-372. JStor ... Increasing the understanding of plant invasions in southern South America. Biological Invasions 6 (2): 255-257. "Prizes and ...
*  Earthship
It is not recommended to plant edibles in black water; building permits may be refused for plans indicating such usage of black ... The black water is used in concrete cells containing plants, separate from the grey water plants in the greenhouse; it may also ... Here the water is oxygenated and filtered using bacteria and plants to reduce the nutrient load. Water from the low end of the ... Studies on the safety of growing food plants in a black water system show low levels of E. coli bacteria. ...
*  Amaranth
Goode, P. M. (1989). Edible plants of Uganda. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. pp. 25-6. ISBN ... In the Philippines, the Ilocano word for the plant is kalunay; the Tagalog word for the plant is kilitis or kulitis. In Uttar ... USDA Plant Database. Plants Profile- Amaranthus L "Herbicide Resistant Weeds Causing Problems for US Cotton Growers". ... In cooked and edible forms, amaranth retains adequate content of several dietary minerals. It is easy to cook. As befits its ...
*  List of permaculture projects
"Plants For A Future : 7000 Edible, Medicinal & Useful Plants". pfaf.org. 2013. Retrieved June 17, 2013. "A Visit to Ben Law's ... The Edible Plant Project implements and promotes elements of permaculture through a nonprofit nursery and workshops in ... The garden is composed of dense plantings of over 180 species of edible and medicinal plants and is fed by rainwater and ... "Edible Plant Project". edibleplantproject.org. 2013. Retrieved June 17, 2013. "Knoxville Permaculture Guild - Building ...
*  Canavalia ensiformis
Young foliage is also edible. The whole plant is used for fodder, although it cannot be used in fodder mixtures containing urea ... Hedrick, U.P. (ed.) (1919). "Sturtevant's Notes on Edible Plants. Report of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station for ... ensiformis is a twining plant up to 1 metre (3.3 ft) in height. It has deep roots, which makes it drought resistant. The plant ... As a garden plant, it can grow to over 2 meters, provided it gets enough nutrients, rich soil, sun and warmth. It grows ...
*  Vachellia leucophloea
Sturtevant's notes on edible plants. 1919. p. 19. R N Kaul (1963): Need for afforestation in the arid zones of India, LA-YAARAN ...
*  Cabbage
ISBN 978-0-7735-3406-3. Katz and Weaver, p. 279 Sturtevant, Edward Lewis (1919). Sturtevant's Notes on Edible Plants. J.B. Lyon ... Planting near other members of the cabbage family, or where these plants have been placed in previous years, can prompt the ... Cabbage heads are generally picked during the first year of the plant's life cycle, but plants intended for seed are allowed to ... Vernalization allows the plant to grow to an adequate size before flowering. In certain climates, cabbage can be planted at the ...
*  Rutabaga
Sturtevant's Notes on Edible Plants. Albany, NY: J. B. Lyon Company, p. 105. International Organization for Plant Information ( ... International Organization for Plant Information (IOPI). "Plant Name Search Results" (HTML). International Plant Names Index. ... IOPI). "Plant Name Search Results" (HTML). International Plant Names Index. Retrieved 30 October 2009. ... They may be fed directly (chopped or from a hopper), or animals may be allowed to forage the plants directly in the field. ...
*  Edward Lewis Sturtevant
Notes on Edible Plants was reissued in 1972 as Sturtevant's Edible Plants of the World. Sturtevant fell ill of the flu in 1893 ... Sturtevant's Edible Plants of the World. Ed. J. B. Lyon Co. 696 pp. Reprint General Books LLC, 2010. 620 pp. ISBN 1-154-86164-3 ... Sturtevant's Notes on Edible Plants. U.P. Hedrick, ed. State of New York Department of Agriculture 27th Annual Report, Vol. 2, ... He amassed voluminous notes on over 1,000 genera and 3,000 species of edible plants of the world. (At the same time, he started ...
*  List of 20th-century outdoor proponents and outdoor educators
Author of Edible Wild Plants: Wild Foods From Dirt to Plate, 2010. John Kallas Archived 2014-02-13 at the Wayback Machine. ... 21 Wild Native Edible Plants. • The Two Kilogram Survival Kit Field Manual. • When You Meet a Black Bear. • Wilderness Steam ... Identifying and Harvesting Edible and Medicinal Plants. • Shoots and Greens of Early Spring in Northeastern North America. • ...
*  Acacia homalophylla
"Everist, 1969". Sturtevant's notes on edible plants. 1919. p. 19. Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary. 1913. ... The leaves are edible and used for fodder. It usually flowers in August-October, sometimes November. It yields a gum. Its wood ...
*  Robert Sturtevant
Sturtevant's Notes on Edible Plants. U.P. Hedrick, ed. State of New York Department of Agriculture 27th Annual Report, Vol. 2, ...
*  Abronia latifolia
USDA Plants Profile eFloras Info Page Jepson Manual Treatment Sturtevant, Edward (1919). Sturtevant's notes on edible plants. ... The plant grows in succulent mats on sand or other coastal substrate. The roots are stout, fusiform and often several feet long ... The plant bears attractive neatly rounded heads of small, bright golden flowers. The individual flowers have no petals; rather ... These roots are edible, traditionally eaten by the Chinook Indians. Munz, Philip A. (2003). Introduction to Shore Wildflowers ...
*  Dovyalis caffra
Sturtevant's notes on edible plants. Albany: J.B. Lyon company, State printers. p. 17. National Research Council (2008-01-25 ... a fertile female plant and fertile male plant is ideal. Kei apples are propagated by seed. Plants will bear about four years ... It is dioecious, with male and female flowers on separate plants, though some female plants are parthenogenetic. The fruit is ... A traditional food plant in the areas it occurs, this little-known fruit has potential to improve nutrition, boost food ...
*  Grace Sturtevant
Sturtevant's Notes on Edible Plants. U.P. Hedrick, ed. State of New York Department of Agriculture 27th Annual Report, Vol. 2, ... In 1920, Grace wrote in the Gardener's Chronicles that registration of new plant varieties was important in the United States. ... Between 1917 and 1920, Grace was very active as a plant breeder, introducing numerous new hybrids and issuing a commercial ...
*  Vachellia farnesiana var. farnesiana
Sturtevant's notes on edible plants. 1919. p. 19. James C. Hickman, ed. (1993). The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California ... farnesiana has been planted throughout the world, and is often considered a weed. The name huisache is derived from Nahuatl and ... Deer and peccaries eat its fruit, various birds use the plant for nesting and cover, and insects eat the nectar from its ... Native Plants of South Texas: Sweet Acacia (Acacia farnesiana) Acacia smallii: University of Arizona Pima County Cooperative ...
*  Cardamom production
"5.4 Edible plant products". FAO. Retrieved 14 November 2014. Nair 2011, p. 277. Parthasarathy, Chempakam & Zachariah 2008, p. ... Plants may be raised from seed or by division of the rhizome. In about a year, the seedlings reach about 1 foot (0.30 m) in ... The plants bear for three or four years, and historically the life of each plantation was about eight or nine years. The ... Soon after clearing, cardamom plants spring up all over the prepared plots, and then, if left alone for a couple of years, by ...
*  Lilium concolor
... is cultivated in Japan as a food plant. The flowers, leaves, bulbs and roots are edible. Its bulb is sweet and ... Sturtevant's Edible Plants of the World. New York: Dover Publications, 1972.. ... This plant prefers a pH range of 4.5 to 7 (mostly acidic), although there have been records that it can grow in either acidic ... The plant requires full sunlight and cannot grow in shades. The seeds can be grown by winter sow in vented containers set up in ...
*  Lupinus
Hedrick, U. P. (ed.) Sturtevant's Edible Plants of the World. 1919. 387-88. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 104( ... The species are mostly herbaceous perennial plants 0.3-1.5 m (0.98-4.92 ft) tall, but some are annual plants and a few are ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) "The Plant List entry for Lupinus". The Plant List. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ... Lupins can be good companion plants in gardens, increasing the soil nitrogen for vegetables and other plants. Russell hybrid ...
*  List of food additives
Used as an edible oil, for medicinal purposes, in skin care products and as a drying oil. Phosphated distarch phosphate - ... Mustard plant - Mustard seed - Natamycin - preservative Neohesperidin dihydrochalcone - artificial sweetener Niacin (vitamin B3 ... Extremely stable edible oil. Also suitable for biofuel. Bentonite - anti-caking agent Benzoic acid - preservative Benzoyl ... used as an edible oil. Also used as a massage oil. Mace - Magnesium - Magnesium carbonate - anti-caking agent, mineral salt ...