Greenfeast Autumn Winter

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. A heartfelt thank-you. The messages by email and
social media have been extraordinary. Heartwarming, generous, encouraging,
each one has been gratefully received. The response to the first volume of
Greenfeast, ...

Author: Nigel Slater

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN: 1984858742

Category: Cooking

Page: 320

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110 vegetarian autumn and winter recipes that provide quick, easy, and filling plant-based suppers while paying homage to the seasons--from the bestselling author of Eat. Greenfeast: Autumn, Winter is a vibrant and joyous collection of recipes, perfect for people who want to eat less meat, but don't want to compromise on flavor and ease of cooking. With Slater's famous one-line recipe introductions, the recipes are blissfully simple and make full use of ingredients you have on hand. Straightforward recipes showcase the delicious ingredients used such as Beetroot, Apple, and Goat's Curd; Crumpets, Cream Cheese & Spinach; and Naan, Mozzarella & Tomatoes and provide a plant-based guide for those who wish to eat with the seasons.

GreenFeast

Inspiration for a quick plant-based supper using seasonal ingredients

Author: Nigel Slater

Publisher: Fourth Estate

ISBN: 9780008213770

Category:

Page: 288

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'Much of my weekday eating contains neither meat nor fish ... It is simply the way my eating has grown to be over the last few years.'Greenfeast: autumn, winter is a vibrant and joyous collection of the food Nigel eats at the end of the day. A collection of simply beautiful autumn and winter recipes, each with suggested variations, that can mostly be on the table in 30 minutes. The green follow-up to his bestselling Eat, and following on from Greenfeast: spring, summer, this is for everyone who wants inspiration for a quick plant-based supper using seasonal ingredients.

Greenfeast Spring Summer

The first in a pair of fast, season-led vegetable books from beloved author and cook Nigel Slater.

Author: Nigel Slater

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0008336628

Category: Cooking

Page: 336

View: 484

The first in a pair of fast, season-led vegetable books from beloved author and cook Nigel Slater.

GreenFeast

The first in a pair of fast, season-led vegetable books from beloved author and cook Nigel Slater.

Author: Nigel Slater

Publisher: Fourth Estate

ISBN: 9780008333355

Category:

Page: 336

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The first in a pair of fast, season-led vegetable books from beloved author and cook Nigel Slater. 'Much of my weekday eating contains neither meat nor fish ... It is simply the way my eating has grown to be over the last few years.' Greenfeast: spring, summer is a vibrant and joyous collection of the food Nigel eats at the end of the day. Over 110 simply beautiful spring and summer recipes, each with suggested variations, that can mostly be on the table in 30 minutes. This is perfect for people who want to eat less meat, but don't want to compromise on flavour and ease of cooking. From roast spring vegetables with peanut sauce to rice, broad beans and asparagus, or peaches with blackberries and ice cream, this green follow-up to the bestselling Eat is for everyone who wants daily inspiration for quick plant-based suppers. Greenfeast: autumn, winter will follow in October 2019.

New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science Experimental Agriculture

In the first experiment, 'Greenfeast' peas were sown on 3 dates and grown under
3 levels of irrigation. In the second experiment, 6 cultivars were grown under 2
levels of irrigation and in the third, 3 cultivars were sown on 3 dates and grown ...

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Plant Breeding in New Zealand

Single plant selection was practised in early generations until field trials were
commenced in 1937 to compare seven advanced lines. From these trials, one
line from a cross between Blue Prussian and Greenfeast demonstrated superior
yield ...

Author: G.S. Wratt

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: 148310348X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 309

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Plant Breeding in New Zealand is a collection of papers that covers selecting and breeding of crops, pastures, fruits, timbers, and soil conservation plants in New Zealand. The book is divided into four parts, which are dealing with cropping, horticulture, forestry and soil conservation, and pasture. The text first covers crop plants such as wheat, barley, and potatoes. The next part deals with horticulture produce, such as apples, berries, and citrus. Next, the book discusses forestry, soil conservation, and genetic techniques in plant improvement. The last part talks about the plants used in pastures, which include white and red clover, lucerne, and lotus and other legumes. The book will be of great use to botanists, agriculturists, and horticulturists who wish to be aware of the plant selection and breeding methods used in New Zealand.

New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology

Trials of these lines have shown that they yielded as well as the susceptible
Greenfeast variety (Yen and Cruickshank, 1957). Samples tested in England
have been reported on favourably, having shown high resistance to the strain of
wilt ...

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The New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology

Many of these however , were discarded as varietal impurities and , among the
remainder , selections for flowering and maturity dates comparable with standard
Greenfeast reduced the number to five . ' Trials of these lines have shown that ...

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New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research

Greenfeast, was used as control, and inoculated at the beginning and end of
each test. A test was considered successful when all Greenfeast plants showed
symptoms within seven days. The typical symptoms of pea mosaic are shown in
Fig.

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New Zealand Journal of Agriculture

Seed of Greenfeast 68 , a newly bred pea variety immune to mosaic disease , will
be released to seed merchants this spring for the 1968 - 69 growing season . It
will be recommended to replace the present Greenfeast variety popular for the ...

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Science Bulletin

showed good resistance to cold , wet conditions at Yanco and had good yielding
ability , although of a poorer pod type than Greenfeast . The improvement
programme was concentrated at Bathurst Experiment Farm in 1937 , with
introductions ...

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The New Zealand Journal of Agriculture

T Seed of Greenfeast 68 , a newly bred pea variety immune to mosaic disease ,
will be released to seed merchants this spring for the 1968-69 growing season . It
will be recommended to replace the present Greenfeast variety popular for the ...

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Journal of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

SHOWING THE MEAN FIELD EMERGENCES FOR THE THREE PLANTINGS OF
THE WILLIAM MASSEY AND GREENFEAST SAMPLES USED . Mean
Percentage Field Emergence . Number of Samples . Variety . Spergon - Dusted .

Author: Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (Australia)

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Category: Agriculture

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Journal

Author: Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (Australia)

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Category: Agriculture

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Farming in South Africa

TABLE 3 - Green pea pod yields in kg / ha 1964/65 Planting dates DO - 10 / 12 /
64 D1-22 / 12 / 64 D2-4 / 1 / 65 Cultivars Mean Greenfeast Perfected Freezer
Little Marvel Onward Alderman Tall Kelvedon Wonder Stratagem 4247 3739
3559 ...

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Cryopreservation of Plant Germplasm I

It was found that axes not showing such development after 5 days in culture were
either nonviable or appeared to have entered a static phase: thus assessment on
days 3 and 5 is reported. For P. sativum var. Greenfeast, a survival rate in the ...

Author: Y. P. S. Bajaj

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3662030969

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 514

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The germ plasm of numerous plant species, especially those of forest trees, some agricultural crops, and medicinal plants, is endangered and threatened with extinction. This depletion of germplasm pools and the shrinkage of naturally occurring genetic resources have caused international concern. Conventionally, the germplasm of plants is conserved through seeds, tubers, roots, corms, rhizomes, bulbs, cuttings, etc. However, the germ plasm of a number of trees and plantation crops (such as coconut, cocao, coffee, oil palm, rubber, mango, horse chestnut, etc. ) cannot be preserved since their seed are short-lived (recalcitrant). Likewise, germplasm of vegetatively propagated crops (such as potato and cassava) cannot be stored on a long term basis and has to be grown and multiplied periodically in nurseries and fields. The plants are thus exposed to unpredictable weather conditions and diseases, with the result that instances are known where entire genetic stocks are lost. Therefore, unconventional methods are being developed for the storage and international exchange of germplasm. For this purpose in vitro cultures have been employed, but they can only enable short-to medium term preservation; moreover, cell cultures upon repeated subculture undergo genetic erosion. In view of the recent developments in the in vitro induction of genetic variability through somaclonal variation, somatic hybridization, recombinant DNA technology, etc. , new methods need to be employed for the storage of desirable cultures. In this regard freeze preservation of cells in liquid nitrogen (-196 0q, like that of semen, enables long-term storage, theoretically, for an indefinite period of time.

Journal Appendix

( 2 ) The development of a Greenfeast ( Lincoln ) type resistant to pea mosaic ,
using a mutant form found in Greenfeast as the resistant parent . Some of the
most promising lines from the following crosses were included in a hand - sown
vield ...

Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives

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Report

During the past season several hybrid lines from the following crosses were
grown both in a hand - sown vield trial and as spaced plants for further selection
:- ( a ) William Massey x ( Greenfeast X Greaterop ) . ( 6 ) William Massey x ...

Author: New Zealand. Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research

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Report

During the past season several hybrid lines from the following crosses were
grown both in a hand - sown vield trial and as spaced plants for further selection :
( a ) William Massey X ( Greenfeast X Greaterop ) . ( 6 ) William Massey x ...

Author: New Zealand. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research

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Annual Report of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research

( 2 ) The development of a Greenfeast ( Lincoln ) type resistant to pea mosaic ,
using a mutant form found in Greenfeast as the resistant parent . Some of the
most promising lines from the following crosses were included in a hand - sown
yield ...

Author: New Zealand. Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research

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Category: Agriculture

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