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1. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG05068 Baby Leaf Salad Crops | ...
baby leaf products including spinach. Project Findings : The most significant finding of the project was the effect of growth rate on quality. The results showed that for spinach to attain maximum quality, it needs to be grown for at
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2. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Hangzhou Foods | Researchers PDF...
in Hangzhou are bok choy, spinach, Chinese broccoli, three-coloured amaranth, tuber onion, Chinese cabbage, caraway and lettuce. Flowering vegetables include citron daylily, cauliflower and broccoli; leguminous vegetables are green bean,
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3. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG00048 Lettuce Sclerotina - Bio...
of onions, beets and spinach, which have upright foliage, were less susceptible to Sclerotinia infection and therefore can be selected for crop rotations in high Sclerotinia pressure sites. Acknowledgements : There were many
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4. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Liz Minchinton - DPI Victoria | ...
Radish Spinach Spring onions VG 01045 final report - extract NY 97011 Integrated control of downy mildew
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5. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Leafy Vegetable Demonstration Da...
beet/chard, rocket, spinach and baby kale .
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6. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Cucumber Mosaic Virus | Veg MOF ...
cause symptoms on spinach, lettuce, cucurbits and capsicums as well as many hundreds of ornamental and weed species. The Virus: Affects a wide range of vegetables
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7. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Improving Vegetable Choices for ...
cauliflower, lettuce and spinach varieties. The two companies will pool their skills over the next five years, to bring new healthy and flavourful products to consumers. Classical plant breeding techniques will be used to
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8. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Regional Production 2005-6 | Sta...
Silverbeet & spinach 82% 8% 9% Snow & sugarsnap peas 1% 99% Spring onions, shallots &
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9. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Vegetables Victoria | Statistics...
Lettuce - cos Spinach Cabbage - savoy Lettuce - iceberg Swede Capsicum Lettuce - fancy Sweet Corn
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10. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Kelly Brothers | Our Growers On ...
are: carrots, parsnips, spinach, leeks, cos lettuce, salad onions Kelly Bros specialise in the highest quality of vegetable produce…. " After all Fresh is Best..." The high standard of the Yarrawonga operations
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