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Discussion pertaining primarily to edible plants, fruits, culinary herbs, and culinary spices. This does contain forums for some inedible and/or toxic plants (for crafts, fabric, herbs, houseplants, etc.) Research anything before you eat it.
by Radishrain • |
Here is a list of tags to keep in mind for the Plant forum: • amendment_ • compost_ • fertilizer_ • greenhouse_ • grow_light • herbalism_ • hugelkultur_ • hydroponic_gardening • microgreens_ • mulch_ • groundcover_ • organic_gardening • pest_ • raised_bed • seed_ ...read more
by Radishrain • | | 1 comment
Note: See the following link for the latest edition of this post: https://www.tomatojunction.com/post57158.html#p57158 This thread is for declaring and experimenting with foliar spray application rates of fertilizer, minerals, and such. My pump sprayer is 51oz (although it's advertised as 4...read more

Scientific information about Malva neglecta

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/333747368_Medical_benefit_of_Malva_neglecta_-A_review The linked page has a wealth of information about the chemicals in Malva neglecta.

Chlorophytum houseplant varieties

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Chlorophytum bichettii: - No named varieties, AFAIK (green inside; white edges) Chlorophytum capense: - No named varieties, AFAIK (green inside; white edges) Chlorophytum comosum: - Atlantic (white inside; green edges) - Bonnie (white inside; green edges; curly) - Heirloom Green (soli...read more

Horehound

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Horehound is a very interesting herb. It's not just like another version of mint in what it does (although it does some of the same things). I recommend studying it. While this article doesn't tell a lot of the things horehound is supposed to be good for, if you're interested in horehound sci...read more

Mulberry composition

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
https://encyclopedia.pub/entry/22222 This is the most thorough analysis I've found so far.

Tomato deficiencies

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https://vikaspedia.in/agriculture/crop-production/integrated-pest-managment/ipm-for-vegetables/ipm-strategies-for-tomato/nutritional-deficiencies-of-tomato

Whole-wheat aluminum-free pancakes

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
On Tuesday, I made this makeshift whole wheat pancake recipe: 3 cups whole wheat flour 1 heaping 1/8 teaspoon baking soda 1 heaping 1/8 teaspoon iodized salt 0.25 cups brown sugar 3 eggs A few tablespoons avocado oil Water (enough to make it the right consistency) I tried it again th...read more

Tomato to-grow list for 2023

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Ace 55 Brazillian Beauty Market Wonder
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https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/03/220307113115.htm
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https://nrcca.cals.cornell.edu/soilFertilityCA/CA1/CA1_print.html

Snacker_ tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Note: If you're in the USA and want free seeds for any of my breeding projects, don't hesitate to ask. I would love for you or others to grow them. * Project name: Snacker_ * Status: Almost stable as of the F2, actually (due to so many recessive traits showing up); growing F4s in 2022. The f...read more

Experiments in rooting grapefruit cuttings

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by Radishrain • | | 1 comment
I've previously tried rooting grapefruit cuttings in water in a windowsill (probably about four times). Each time it failed. The cutting would eventually dry up and die, with no roots, after some weeks. I didn't use hormone-rooting powder, however (but that would dissolve in the water, rather th...read more

Tricks to growing avocados from seed

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Many people know the following about starting an avocado tree from a seed/pit: Stick toothpicks in the side to hold it up in a jar of water. Wait for it to grow. Plant. However, did you know there's a trick to getting the tree to grow straight up and really tall really fast? Basically, wha...read more

Oatmeal raisin cookies

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
I'm copyied my post from TomatoJunction (and added more content): https://www.tomatojunction.com/post64083.html#p64083 Oatmeal raisin cookies. Here's the recipe that I used (quite loosely based on Dropped Oatmeal Chippies from The Doubleday Cookbook): 3 cups whole wheat flour 2 teaspoons...read more

Eating more onions at once feels healthy

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
I discovered the other day when I ate a whole large onion (I fried it, and then put it on my quesadillas, and fried them) that I felt really good, like eating that much onion was super healthy or something. It was a red onion, if that makes any difference. I've eaten fairly large amounts of o...read more

Roasting garlic in flames

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Did you know you can roast garlic directly in the flames of a hot fire? (Such behavior causes marshmallows to burst into flames, or would likely turn hotdogs to charcoal.) I didn't read how to do this online; I wanted to burn the skins off instead of peeling them. Here's how you do it: 1. ...read more

My Christmas cactus moves

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by Radishrain • | | 2 comments
Every once in a while (days to weeks or so), one of my Christmas cactuses moves. When it does, it seems to do it all at once. It starts out flopped on the north side of its pot. Then, it spreads out across the pot nicely, with part of the plant north, part in the center, and part south. Then, it...read more

Dill powder (and dip/spread recipe)

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
I got some organic dill seeds a while ago. I decided I wanted them in powder form to make them easier to use at a moments' notice for a wider variety of purposes. So, I blended them up, and now they look kind of like peat moss, but workable. The freshly blended up seeds smelled like menthol, ...read more

Favorite grocery store onion-type

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
So, lately, I've been obsessed with white onions. They're my new favorite. I wish I knew what breed they were, though (color only tells you so much about the qualities). I'm guessing they came from Winco, if that helps; they're a large kind. I used to think red onions were my favorite, but I'...read more

Lamiaceae Thymus vulgaris derivative "Thymol"; natural medical, flavoring, and pesticide uses.

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by CryptidFlora • | | 2 comments
https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/thymol#section=EU-Pesticides-Data As can be seen in this pub chem directory page, Thymol (a natural derivative of thyme herb) has evidence of antimicrobial properties, and is accepted by the EPA for use as a natural fungicide. It also shows some e...read more

Capsicum annum, Hermann Adolph Köhler "Medizinal-Pflanzen" 1898

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A systematic review study of therapeutic effects of Matricaria recuitta chamomile

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by CryptidFlora • | | 2 comments
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5074766/
by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
This thread is to list and talk about cold-hardy houseplants. Of course, it's not going to be as cold in a house as it will be outdoors, but if you want to be sure that putting your plant in a windowsill during the winter isn't going to make it suffer, I imagine the plants in this list might wor...read more
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https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/11/211111130330.htm
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