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SrlnoVegetable Family Vegetable I want to Planting Time Direct Sunlight/Partial Shade Seed/Sapling

10 Cucurbits Muskmelon, Cantalope 1 ESU Direct Sun Seed


11 Cucurbits Pumpkin 0 ESU Direct Sun Dont know
12 Cucurbits Squash, Summer 1 MSP, LSPDirect Sun Seed
13 Cucurbits Squash, Winter 1 ESU Dont Know Seed
14 Cucurbits Watermelon 0 ESU Direct Sun Seed
15 Cucurbits Cucumber 1 LSP Direct Sun Seed
Companion Enemy Small/Large Garden Time to Mature
Large Garden> 80 days
Corn Potato Large Garden> 80 days
Squash likes celery,
corn, melons and
pumpkins, Potatoes Small Garden30-60 days
Squash likes celery,
corn, melons and
pumpkins. Borage
deters worms, improves
growth and flavor;
Marigolds deter
beetles; Nasturtiums
deter squash bugs and
beetles;oregano provides
general pest protection. Small GardenDont Know
Large Garden> 80 days
Beans, corn, peas,
radishes, lettuce,
sunflowers Potatoes, aromatic herbs Large Garden60-80 days
Seed to Emergence Variety Source
Dont Know
Dont Know
4-6 days
Dont Know
6-8 days
6-10 days
Spacemaster
Cucumber,
Sugar
Crunch,Salad
Bush Cucumber
, Cucumber
Bush
Companion,
Pickle bush,
Zebra Zuke,
Golden
Scalloponi,
Sweet Zuke
Zuccini,
Small GardenLarge Garden Sunlight Partial Shade Garden
Beets Cantaloupes Beans Beets Beans
Broccoli Cauliflower Broccoli Brussels sprouts Curcubits
Bush squash Collards Cantaloupes Cabbage Tomatoes/Eggplants
Cabbage Cucumbers Cauliflower Carrots Sun Bed
Carrots Mustard Cucumbers Collards Shade Bed
Eggplant Okra Eggplant Kale Water
English peas Potatoes Okra Lettuce Fertilizers
Garlic Pumpkins Onions Mustard Fence
Green beans Southern peas Peas Parsley Seeds
Lettuce Sweet corn Peppers Radish Seedlings
Onions Sweet potatoes Potatoes Spinach Pots
Parsley Watermelon Pumpkin Turnips Fungicide
Peppers Squash
Radishes Tomatoes
Spinach Watermelons
Tomatoes
Easily
Transplante
d
Require
Care When
Transplantin
g
Very
Difficult to
Transplant
(Not
Recommen
ded)
Early
Spring
(March 20
April 15)
Mid-Spring
(April 15 30)
Late Spring
(May 1-15)
Beets Celery Beans Beets
Any of early
spring, except
peas Cucumbers
Broccoli Eggplant Cantaloupe Broccoli Cabbage Lima Beans
Cabbage Okra Carrots Carrots
Early Sweet
Corn (65-75
days) Summer Squash
Planning
Planting
Plan
Planting Method Planting Time Chart
Size Light
Cauliflower Peppers Corn
Early
Cabbage
Early
Tomatoes
Sweet Corn (85-
95 days)
Chard Spinach Cucumbers
Early
Potatoes Parsley Tomatoes
Lettuce Peas
Garden
Peas Parsnip
Onions Squash Kale Potatoes
Tomatoes Turnips Lettuce Snap Beans
Watermelon
Onion sets,
plants
Summer
Squash
Radish
Spinach
Sugar Peas
Swiss
Chard
Leaf lettuce: April 1August 1
Head lettuce, romaine, and radicchio: August 1
Spinach: April and the end of August
Turnip and mustard: April 1August 1
Endive and escarole: May to the end of July
Head lettuce, romaine, and radicchio: either April 20, August 15, or both
Beets and carrots: April 1July 10
Parsnips, salsify, and scorzonera: April 1530
Radishes (spring and fall types): April 130 and August 10September 1
Radishes (winter type): July 25August 5
Rutabagas: July 1
Turnips: April 130 and July 25August 5
Month Duration Produce Quick (30-60) Moderate(60-80Slow (80 >)
Early Feb 14-16 weeks Leeks, onions Beets Broccoli Brussels sprouts
Mid Feb 12-13 weeks Celery Bush Beans Cabbage, Chinese Bulb onions
Early Mar 10-11 weeks
Broccoli,
Cabbage,
Cauliflower,
Head
Lettuce Leaf lettuce Carrots Cabbage
Mid Mar 9 weeks
Peppers &
Eggplants Mustard Cucumbers Cantaloupes
Early Apr 5- 6 weeks Tomatoes Radishes Green onions Cauliflower
Early-Mid May Hardening Spinach Kohlrabi Eggplant
Growing
Indoor Seedling Guide Growth Rate
Summer squash Lima beans, bush Garlic
Turnips Okra Irish potatoes
Turnip greensParsley Pumpkins
Peppers Sweet potatoes
Tomatoes, cherry Tomatoes
Watermelon
Mole
Mosquito
Nematodes
Peach borer
Pests in general
Rabbit
Slug and snail
Spider mite
Squash bug
Whitefly
Wireworm
Regular Veggies we purchase
Tomatoes
Squashes
Carrot
Fennel
Beans
Beets
Cucumbers
Peppers
Pumpkin
Eggplant
Berries
Spinach
Kale
Compact,
companion
TeePee
Vertical/Pot
Pots
Beans, etc
Spinach, Lettuce
Soaker Hose
slow NPK or
just compost,
manure
Copper Organic
Planting to Emergence
Early Summer
(May 15 June
15) Beans 5-10 days
Cantaloupe Beets 7-10 days
Eggplant Broccoli 5-10 days
Peppers Cabbage 5-10 days
Planning
Planting
Plan
Planting Time Chart
Pumpkins Carrots 12-18 days
Sweet Corn Cauliflower 5-10 days
Sweet Potatoes Corn 5-8 days
Tomatoes Cucumber 6-10 days
Watermelon Eggplant 6-10 days
Winter Squash Lettuce 6-8 days
Okra 7-10 days
Onion 7-10 days
Peas 6-10 days
Parsley 15-21 days
Pepper 9-14 days
Radish 3-6 days
Head lettuce, romaine, and radicchio: August 1 Spinach 7-12 days
Squash 4-6 days
Tomato 6-12 days
Turnip 4-8 days
Head lettuce, romaine, and radicchio: either April 20, August 15, or both Watermelon 6-8 days
Radishes (spring and fall types): April 130 and August 10September 1
Challenges Solutions Pest
Soil
Compost,
Manure, Ph
test Ants
Water
Drip/Soaker
Hose Aphid
Sun
Plant
planning
Bugs
Companion
Planting Asparagus beetle
Bunnies/De
ers Fencing Cabbage butterfly
Weeds
Plucking,
newspaper Cabbage Looper
Growing
PEST REPELLENT PLANTS Factors
Cabbage maggot
Carrot fly
Codling moth
Colorado potato beetle
Corn earworm
Cucumber beetle
Cutworm
Flea beetle
Flies
Imported Cabbageworm
Japanese beetle
Mexican bean beetle
Mouse
Mole
Mosquito
Nematodes
Peach borer
Pests in general
Rabbit
Slug and snail
Spider mite
Squash bug
Squash vine borer
Tomato Hornworm
Whitefly
Wireworm
Vegetable Companions Antagonists
Asparagus
tomatoes, parsley,
basil
Beans
Potatoes, carrots,
cucumbers,
cauliflower,
cabbage, summer
savory, most other
vegetables and
herbs
Onion, garlic, gladiola,
chives
Pole beans
Corn, summer
savory, sunflowers
Onions, beets,
kohlrabi, cabbage
COMPANIONS & ENEMIES
Bush beans
Potatoes,
cucumbers, corn,
strawberries, celery,
summer savory Onions
Beets Onions, kohlrabi Pole beans
Brassicas (Cabbage, cauliflower,
kale, kohlrabi, broccoli)
Aromatic plants,
potatoes, celery, dill,
chamomile,
peppermint, sage,
rosemary, beets,
onions
Pole beans,
strawberries, tomatoes
Carrots
Peas, leaf lettuce,
chives, onions,
leeks, rosemary,
sage, tomatoes Dill
Celery
Leeks, tomatoes,
bush beans,
cauliflower, cabbage
Chives Carrots, tomatoes Peas, beans
Corn
Potatoes, peas,
beans, cucumbers,
pumpkin, squash
Cucumber
Beans, corn, peas,
radishes, lettuce,
sunflowers
Potatoes, aromatic
herbs
Eggplant Beans, Potatoes
Leek
Onions, celery,
carrots
Lettuce
Carrots with
radishes,
strawberries,
cucumbers, onions
Onion (and garlic)
Beets, strawberries,
tomatoes, lettuce,
summer savory,
chamomile, leeks,
parsley Peas, beans
Parsley
Tomatoes,
asparagus
Peas
Carrots, turnips,
radishes,
cucumbers, corn,
beans, most
vegetables and
herbs
Onions, garlic, chives,
gladiola, potatoes
Potato
Beans corn,
cabbage,
horseradish,
marigold, eggplant
(as a lure for the
Colorado potato
beetle)
Pumpkin squash,
cucumber, sunflowers,
tomatoes, raspberry
Pumpkin Corn Potato
Radish
Peas, nasturtium,
lettuce, cukes
Soybeans
Grows/helps with
everything
Spinach Strawberries
Squash Nasturtiums, corn Potatoes
Strawberries
BUSH bean,
spinach, borage,
lettuce (as a
border), onions Cabbage
Sunflower Cucumbers Potato
Tomatoes
Chives, onions,
parsley, asparagus,
marigold,
nasturtiums, carrots
Kohlrabi, potatoes,
fennel, cabbage
Turnip Peas
Pest Repellent Plant(s)
Mints, tansy, wormwood
Most aromatic herbs, including
catnip, chives, clover, coriander,
eucalyptus,
fennel, garlic, larkspur, marigold,
mustard, nasturtium, peppermint,
spearmint
Basil, calendula, nasturtium,
parsley, tansy, tomato
Southernwood, tansy
Catnip, dill, eucalyptus, garlic,
hyssop, nasturtium, onion,
pennyroyal,
PEST REPELLENT PLANTS
peppermint, rosemary, sage,
southernwood, spearmint, thyme,
wormwood
Garlic, marigold, radish, sage,
tansy, thyme, wormwood
Basil, leek, lettuce, nasturtium,
onion, rosemary, sage, tansy,
tobacco,wormwood
Garlic, wormwood
Catnip, coriander, eucalyptus,
marigold, nasturtium, onion, tansy
Cosmos, geranium, marigold,
thyme
Catnip, corn, marigold,
nasturtium, radish, rue, tansy
Spiny amaranth, tansy
Catnip, marigold, nasturtium,
peppermint, rue, spearmint,
southernwood,
tansy, tobacco, wormwood
Basil, tansy
Dill, garlic, geranium, hyssop,
peppermint, nasturtium, onion,
pennyroyal,
sage, southernwood, tansy,
thyme, borage
Catnip, chives, garlic, nasturtium,
odorless marigold, tansy, white
geranium
Leafhopper Geranium, petunia
Garlic, marigold, nasturtium,
rosemary, savories
Wormwood
Castor bean, narcissus
Basil
Calendula, French marigold
Garlic
Oregano
Garlic, marigold, onion
Fennel, garlic, rosemary
Coriander, dill
Catnip, marigold, nasturtium,
peppermint, petunia, radish,
spearmint, tansy
Radish
Borage, calendula, dill, opal
basil, thyme
Basil, nasturtium, peppermint,
thyme, wormwood
Clover
Ideas
Self Watering Pots
Pallet Garden
Gardening in a Shoe Bag
Walmart Shoe Bag
Bag Planters
Pots for cheap
Gutter Gardening
Composting Indoor
Indoor Hydroponic
Resources
http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/travis/docs/Grow_Boxes_2009.pdf
http://lifeonthebalcony.com/how-to-turn-a-pallet-into-a-garden/
http://www.instructables.com/id/VERTICAL-VEGETABLES-quotGrow-upquot-in-a-smal/
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Rubbermaid-Hanging-Canvas-20-Pocket-Shoe-Organizer/8195155
http://www.ikeahackers.net/2010/07/vastlig-topsy-turvy-style-planter-for-2.html
Polypropylene dustbin http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/10096417/
Polypropylene storage bins http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/70102972/#/40102978
Polyprepylene storage bins -http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/40056537/
http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/30221236/#/90221238
http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/17228340/
http://www.ikeahackers.net/2011/05/tromso-indoor-composting-worm-bin-and.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9j31E28DCCU
http://www.ikeahackers.net/2011/05/tromso-indoor-composting-worm-bin-and.html
http://greenupgrader.com/16857/3-gorgeous-vertical-gardens/
Slrno Keerais Botanical Name
1 Ponnankanni Keerai Alternanthera sessilis
2 Thandu Keerai Amaranthus caudatus L, Foxtail amaranth
3 PonKeerai Amaranthus cruentus L.
4
Poong keeray (as A.
frumentacea). Amaranthus hypochondriacus L
5
Kuppai mulli, Mulli kirai, Mullu
keerai, Mullu kirai, Semmulli
kirai, Sivappu mulli kirai. . Amaranthus spinosus L.
6
Ceri kirai, Ciru kirai, Kupei
keeray (as A. tristis), Seri kirai,
Thandu keerai. Amaranthus tricolor L.
7
Iruvati, Iruvati kirai, Kollai kirai,
Kuppai keerai,
Kuppai
kirai, Sinna keerai, Vakuca
kirai. Amaranthus viridis L.
8 Arakkeerai (Spleen Amaranth) Amaranthus dubius
9 Hopi Red Eye Amaranth Amaranthus
10 Polish Amaranth Amaranthus
11 Burganday Amaranth Amaranthus
12 Karusankanni Keerai Eclipta alba
13 Vallarai Gotu Kola
14 Vazzukai Keerai, Pasale Keerai Portulaca oleracea L. Common Purslane
15 Kodi Pasalai Basella alba var rubra
16 Gongurak/Pulicha Keerai Garden Sorrel
17 Modhakanthan Keerai Cardiospermum halicacabum L. var. luridum (Blume)
18 Agathi Keerai Sesbania grandiflora 9b to 11
19 Vendhaya Keerai Fenugreek
20 Kadugu Keerai Mustard Leaves
21 Beetroot Keerai Beta vulgaris
22 Muranga Keerai Drumstick Keerai
23 Mulangi Keerai Raphanus sativus
24 Sillu Keerai
Amaranthus graecizans L. ssp.
thellungianus (Nevski) Gusev
25 Pannai Keerai/Makili keerai
Celosia argentea L. var. argentea , Silver
spiked cockscomb
26 Manal Keerai Gisekia pharnaceoides L.
27 Manathalaki Keerai Nightshade
28 Pasalai Keerai Spinacia oleracea, Basella alba L.
29 Sirukeerai
Tropical Amaranth Amaranthus
Polygonoides
30 Paalai Keerai Tylophora indica (Burm.f.) Merr.
31 Paalak.Chukkan Keerai
32 Thoyya Keerai Digera muricata L
Pictures http://abhi-recipecollection.blogspot.com/2012/03/green-leaves.html
Indian Veggies http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_plants_used_in_South_Asian_cuisine
Botanical Name http://www.plantnames.unimelb.edu.au/Sorting/Amaranthus.html
Edible Amaranth http://www.evergreenseeds.com/edamyintsach.html
Moisture
(g)
C. argentea 85
Amaranthus viridis 91
A. spinosus 84
Alternanthera sessilis 84
Basella alba 93
Sauropus androgynus 88
http://www.echonet.org/content
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http://keys2liberty.wordpress.co
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Native to USA Edible Wild Plants
Foundation Greens Wild Spinach
Foundation Greens Chickweed
Foundation Greens Mallow
Foundation Greens Purslane
Tart GreensCurly Dock
Tart GreensSheep Sorrell
Tart GreensWood Sorrell
Pungent Greens Field Mustard
Pungent Greens Winter Cress
Pungent Greens Garlic Mustard
Pungent Greens Shepard's Purse
Bitter Greens Dandelion
Bitter Greens Cat's Ear
Bitter Greens Sow Thistle
Bitter Greens Nipplerot
Name
Sun/Shade Where to Buy Addtn Info
Aquarium stores
Wildgardenseeds/EvergreenSeeds
Wildgardenseeds/EvergreenSeeds
EvergreenSeeds/HorizonHerbs/Wildgar
denseeds
EvergreenSeeds/HorizonHerbs/Wildgar
denseeds
EvergreenSeeds/HorizonHerbs/Wildgar
denseeds
EvergreenSeeds/HorizonHerbs/Wildgar
denseeds
EvergreenSeeds/HorizonHerbs/Wildgar
denseeds
EvergreenSeeds/HorizonHerbs/Wildgar
denseeds
EvergreenSeeds/HorizonHerbs/Wildgar
denseeds
EvergreenSeeds/HorizonHerbs/Wildgar
denseeds
https://www.horizonherbs.com/product.a
sp?specific=452
Horizon Herbs
Horizon Herbs
Horizon Herbs
Horizon Herbs
Cardiospermum halicacabum L. var. luridum (Blume) http://www.wildpantry.com/seeds.htm
http://compare.ebay.com/like/33029244
5830?var=lv&ltyp=AllFixedPriceItemTyp
es&var=sbar
Home
Home
Indian Store
Indian Store
http://opendata.keystone-foundation.org/category/amaranthaceae
False Amaranth grows in NJ
http://abhi-recipecollection.blogspot.com/2012/03/green-leaves.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_plants_used_in_South_Asian_cuisine
http://www.plantnames.unimelb.edu.au/Sorting/Amaranthus.html
http://www.evergreenseeds.com/edamyintsach.html
Dry Matter Protein Protein
(g) (g fresh wt) (% dry wt)
15 1.2 8
9 2 22.2
16 3.6 22.5
16 3.6 22.5
7 3.3 47.1
12 3.4 28.3
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Energy Vitamin C Iron
(kcal) (mg) (mg)
23 59 28.3
24 17 18.2
62 33 13.1
35 14 14.1
31 15 5.5
28 22 10.1
http://www.marcmradell.com/Home/
http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/travis/lg_e_vegetables.htm
http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/consumer/quickref/vegetable/plantingguide.html
http://extension.psu.edu/cumberland/programs/master-gardener/notes-from-the-vegetable-garden/march-2010/view
http://extension.psu.edu/juniata/news/2012/benefit-from-planting-vegetable-companions
http://primexgardencenter.com/- organic seeds/fungicide
bean teepee
soaker hose
copper organic fungicide
start now.. most use hybrid .. heirloom will have issues with fungus.
http://www.garden.org/foodguide/browse/veggie
http://www.commongroundinpaloalto.org/vegetablecompanions.htm
http://extension.psu.edu/cumberland/programs/master-gardener/notes-from-the-vegetable-garden/march-2010/view