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Votes:0 CONTACT US LINKS LOGIN » BCHGA Newsletter We welcome you as a new member. View our... - Oct 20, 2007 » Membership Application Print Version Use the membership application file provided... - Mar 11, 2005 Home About BCHGA FAQs Herb Database BCHGA Growers & Members News & Publications Nov 20, 2007 12:56 PM The BC Herb Growers Association The purpose of the BC Herb Growers Association is to promote, facilitate and enhance herb growing. This association was formed early in 1997 and now has a membership of approximately 50. Joining will bring you networking opportunities with fellow herb growers as well as access to current market information, workshops and conferences. We also send out a bi-monthly newsletter. » More about the BCHGA... Featured Herb • Comfrey Comfrey has a deep taproot, ov Read More Go to Site
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Votes:0 Warning: The information contained in these web pages has not been verified for correctness. Some of the information contained herein is hearsay and may not be correct. Use the information from these pages only at your own risk! Chicory - Chicorium intybus C hicory is an unusual plant in that, although it has been cultivated for over 1,000 years, it is still very wild-looking and shows but slight effects of its association with man. Chicory is a native of Europe but is as common as a weed in the United States. Chicory is a hardy vegetable that is used in three basic forms. The roots are dried, roasted, and prepared as a coffee substitute or coffee blend. The slightly bitter, curled dandelion-like greens (called Italian dandelion) are grown and used as potherbs. Witloof chicory (also called Read More Go to Site
Votes:0 Commercial Goldenseal Cultivation Revised 7/00 -- Author Reviewed 7/00 HIL-131 Jeanine M. Davis, Extension Horticultural Specialist and Joe-Ann McCoy, Research Assistant Department of Horticultural Science College of Agriculture & Life Sciences North Carolina State University Introduction Goldenseal ( Hydrastis canadensis L. ) is a highly valued medicinal herb which has been collected from the forests in North America for hundreds of years. The historical range for goldenseal in the United States was very broad, ranging from as far north as Vermont and Wisconsin, south to Alabama and Georgia, and west to Kansas. It can still be found growing in patches in moist, rich, hardwood forests in much of this area. The core of the range now appears to consist of Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, and eastern Read More Go to Site
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Votes:0 Forage Feast Chicory This picture was taken in Louisiana during the summer of 1996. ABOUT CHICORY Chicory ( Cichorium intybus L.) is a perennial herb plant that is suited to well drained or moderately drained soils with medium to high fertility levels and a pH of 5.5 or greater. Chicory, if managed properly, produces leafy growth which is higher in nutritive and Mineral content than alfalfa and cool season grasses. Protein levels range between 10 to 32 percent depending on plant maturity, and annual dry matter yields of 6 tons/acre have been obtained. It has a deep tap root which provides for tolerance to drought conditions. Chicory is a warm season plant providing abundant forage from spring to fall and is a favored food of livestock, ostrich and many wild game animals to include deer, tu Read More Go to Site
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Votes:0 "Bruised Herbs Most Fragrant Are!" Kathie's Herb Page Welcome to my page! I'm Kathie Schmitt from Eliza, Illinois, formally of Muscatine, Iowa. I enjoy reading, growing, learning, sharing, and teaching about herbs! I have been doing this for about 15 years now, and STILL find new information all the time! I first started out growing herbs just because they are pretty, then I started with a simple tea garden of herbs, then continued with edible flowers, and now my main studies are medicinal herbs. I was an active herbalist in Bloomington, Il. and recently held the office of President for Muscatine Herb Pals-a study group located here in my town. My main goal of this page is to teach the novice herb gardener about the various uses of herbs. I have been away from my computer webpage for awhil Read More Go to Site
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