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1. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Lamattina Family Story | Our Gro...
carrots, celery, parsnips, silverbeet, iceberg lettuce and cos lettuce. "The lines we grow we consider to be fairly stable, they're not as susceptible to the whims of the consumer," she said. "Sometimes with lines that are
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2. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Victorian Production 2006-7 | St...
52% Silverbeet and spinach 51 2,594 32% Snow peas and sugarsnap peas 37 3,574 64% Spring onions, shallots & bunching onions 38
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3. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Thrips & Tospovirus Resources | ...
include: cucumbers, silverbeet, spring onions and shallots and a range of herbs. This 6 page factsheet provides links to information resources that can assist in managing thrips and tospoviruses in vegetables. A brief description is
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4. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Vegetables Victoria | Statistics...
Leek Silverbeet Cabbage - red Lettuce - cos Spinach Cabbage - savoy Lettuce - iceberg Swede
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5. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Regional Production 2005-6 | Sta...
Silverbeet & spinach 82% 8% 9% Snow & sugarsnap peas 1% 99% Spring onions,
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6. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Sydney's growth shifts local gro...
coriander, mushrooms and silverbeet. But an internal NSW government analysis has predicted that two Sydney areas earmarked as growth centres to house 1 million more residents by 2036 will cause that production to plummet. Federal
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7. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Tuscan Cabbage | E News | Commun...
with it. Unlike spinach or silverbeet, it holds its volume and doesn't reduce as much when you cook it. Being a dark green, leafy vegie, it's also packed with antioxidants, so it's great for you." While gradually
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