A selection of articles related to solanum.
Original articles from our library related to the Solanum. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Solanum.
- Bittersweet: Correspondences
- Calastrus scandens; Solanum dulcamara Poison Folk Names: Gender: Masculine Planet: Mercury Element: Air Deity: Power: Protection, Healing...
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- Potato: Correspondences
- Solanum tuberosum Folk Names: Blye Eyes, Flukes, Lapstones, Leather Jackets, Murphies, No Eyes, Pinks, Red Eyes, Rocks, Taters, Tatties Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Earth Deity: Power: Image Magic, Healing...
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- Solanum watneyi: Flower named after 'Martian' astronaut gets its day in the
- Solanum watneyi Martian The species of bush tomato known as Solanum watneyi has purple flowers. (Christopher T. Martine / Bucknell University / CC-BY 4.
- Wines from Langhorne Creek and beyond
- So maybe 11 woulda been better. Fruit obsessives might call it tropical. To me it's a bit like the Pepino melon, Solanum muricatum, which is not really a melon but can be delicious raw if its really ripe and its bitterness has done a runner.
- Researchers identify markers for better spud quality
- The markers were found in Solanum microdontum, which originated in Argentina and was the top performer among 25 wild species Palta and Bamberg had previously evaluated for calcium. Palta said S. microdontum can transport about six times more ...
- OK for a thrush. Not for you
- The botanical name is solanum dulcmara and as the name suggests it belongs in the potato genus Solanum. All parts of bittersweet are poisonous to both humans and livestock.
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