Culinary herbs and spices
1. What are they and where do they come from
1. Usually non-leafy parts like Seed, Root, Bark, Leaves, and Stems
2. Also, can be used in to add flavor to food and preserve them as well
3. They are originally from Afric
Session 18: Nuts
o One seeded fruit with a hard pericarp
o Very few true nuts
o True nuts- hazelnut or chestnut & sometimes pecan or walnuts
Get one plant from whole nut
o Most things we call nuts are actually called drupes
o Carya ill
Session 15: Sugar
In the US, > of sugarcane is grown in FL; 40% is grown is LA, and 10% in TX and
Global trade in sugar is >$50 billion/yr. of this 1/3 of world wide sugarcane production
comes from Brazil and 1/3 from Asia
Only 20 countries produce
HORT: (2-11-16): Notes For Exam 2
- Iceberg Lettuce: We do NOT grow this in the south its grown in California.
Types of Leaf Lettuce: - Semi-head, Romaine/Cos, Leaf
When to plant:
- Cool Temp (60-65F)
- Semi-head Spacing 1x 3
HORT NOTES: Exam 3
- Go do extra credit before Exam 3
Tomatoes: Lyncopersicon Esculentum
- Lime and P
Apply all Lime & P
Apply 50% of N & K
- Side-dress: Remaining 50% of N & K; apply
- Heavy Feeders (240lbs N)
ENGL 2210 (1/28): Notes
Homework for (2/2): Bring list of authors, texts and themes for Essay prompt #1.
Weekly reading schedule for (1/26)-(1/28):
- Angela Carter: Werewolf, Snow Child
- Ann Sexton: Pages 91-93
Does the protagonist have agency?
Application for Reclassification of Residence for Tuition Purposes
TYPE OF APPEAL
(Example: DEPENDENT OF RESIDENT or FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT RESIDENT)
NAME OF STUDENT
AU Student ID Number
NAME OF PARENT OR SPOUSE:
HORT 2040 ORGANIC GARDENING (3) FALL 2016
Principles, production practices, maintenance, harvesting, and marketing of organically
and traditionally home-grown vegetables.
Dr. Daniel Wells 120 Funchess Hall
a jump start on the season
! Grow _
! _ Season – produce crops in GH
GROWING CONDITIONS FOR
! _ AND_
Maximize light entrance and Minimize shadow
factors to consider
_ of Cove
Advantages of Gardening
Satisfaction of growing edible crops
Planning a Garden
Save money (if managed properly)
Fun for all ages
Doing your homework
Early Garden Planning
Develop plans January - February or earl
of Raised Bed Gardening
Maximize all available space in areas with
of Raised Bed Gardening
Filled with high quality soil mixes that have large
amounts of _which improves
drainage and may _ yields.
of Raised Bed Ga
What he said Tuesday before test.
Stop studying at transplant production.
Growing Vegetables Study Guide
What morphological characteristic (Stage of plant development) is an
indication that sweet corn is ready to harvest?
What is the water requir
REASONS FOR CONTAINER GARDENING
Allows you to garden in almost any location.
-City, suburbs, country.
-_ growing conditions: soil,
Good for people with _ or
Low cost/low input.
Easy to be _.
Start _ in spring.
Herbs and Their Uses
1. Which of the following plants is a popular ornamental plant and is used
medicinally for its anti-inflammatory properties?
2. What are is the difference(s) between varieties and cultivars?
Planning, Preparing, and Planting the Garden
1. Where is the best spot to plant cucumbers in the garden? Why?
a. On the side/ outer perimeter because its a vining vegetable.
2. How should you plant your corn in order to insure good pollination?
a. a. Plan
At the Heart of the matter
Basic Plant Science Plant Parts & Functions
_ 1) A specialized stem that stores food and is used in plant
_ 2) Water and nutrients travel up this part of the plant stem (the wood of
_ 3) Manufactured food travels down this part