RADISH


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During a field survey in February 2014, in Albatinah region of Oman, leaf yellowing and rolling with slight crinkling was observed in radish plants, which are indicative of a begomovirus infection.
Annually, global radish production (7 million tons) accounts for approximately 2% of worldwide vegetable production (Kopta and Pokluda, 2013).
Mature radish seeds, besides its special medical effects on coordinating intestines and stomach, resolving phlegm and improving digestion [8-9], are rich in oil, which proportion is up to 45% [10-11].
The Fat Radish, and its sister restaurant directly across the street, the Leadbelly, have been staples in the neighborhood, and it is clear that other retailers are following the restaurant group's pioneering vision for the area.
The only modern radish with the potential of topping 100 pounds is Sukarajima, sometimes known as shimadekon (island daikon).
Place some of the creme fraiche mix onto the radish or oatcake and top with a piece of salmon and some dill to garnish.
Abid Hussain Radish is one of the nutritious root-vegetables featured in both raw salads as well as in main recipes,sulforaphane has proven role against prostate, breast, colon and ovarian cancers by virtue of its cancer-cell growth inhibition, and cyto-toxic effects on cancer cells.
Therefore, in the arid environment of Pakistan, ridge sowing with 150 kg N ha-1 gave the optimum production of radish tested in this experiment.
1 THE radish has an ancient history and was grown as a diet staple in the past.
I recently saw a recipe for radish leaf pesto and tried that.
Chemical and irradiation treatments for killing Escherichia coli 0157:H7 on alfalfa, radish, and mung bean seeds.