Chinese Cabbage Varieties
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- Chinese Cabbage Variety 'Atsuko' as an example of biodynamic
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- Bulletin 4673 : Growing Chinese cabbage in Western Australia
- In general trade, the term Chinese cabbage can loosely be given to both the heading types (Brassica rapa L. subsp.
- The role of Chinese cabbage as a trap crop for flea beetles
- cabbage and late white cabbage varieties coincides, the suitability of Chinese cabbage as a. S. Trdan et al.
- © Annette McFarlane Could there be any greater dinner party faux
- There is a huge diversity of other types of Chinese cabbage including varieties of pak choi. (Chinese white cabbage) and tsoi sum (flowering white cabbage).
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- creates increased interest, awareness and support for eating more fruits and vegetables. Tools: ■.
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- Paige Williams: Farmers' market: Cabbage is healthful and abundant winter choice
- Chinese cabbage varieties, including Napa cabbage, fall into the B. rapa species. Cabbage is a long-storing vegetable with diverse uses.
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- Pak Choy (Large Loose-Leaf/White-Petiole Type) 9 varieties. Full Size Chinese Cabbage. Extensively used in Chinese cooking.
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- The name Chinese cabbage is applied to such a wide range of types and varieties of this vegetable that categorizing them is quite difficult.
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