lima bean


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lima bean

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In this way Lima beans attract ants that not only enjoy the sweet nectar but also defend the plant against herbivores.
As a kid, I was never fond of lima beans, but as I came to know more about the heirloom varieties and the wide range of tastes and textures that make them so special, I learned that the mealy mush balls sold frozen in supermarkets (or worse, the ones from cans) just don't make the grade.
Certification of White Ventura N, large vine type nematode resistant lima bean.
To determine the effects of the presence of pods and prey on the dispersal of big-eyed bugs, we monitored the dispersal of adults from lima bean plants with or without prey and with or without pods.
If I had the faith of a lima bean," Ellie said slowly, "I could do anything.
If you love lima beans, you will appreciate a new variety from Burpee called Big Mama Lima Bean, whose pods are 8 inches long.
Observations received as of yet exhibit that DNA synthesis is promoted in spinach, lima bean, eggplant and tomato by carbon monoxide; in bell pepper, lima bean and eggplant by sulfur dioxide; and in collard, lima bean, tomato, eggplant and mustard by nitrogen dioxide.
1996) and Lima bean present in Mesoamerica (Gutierrez Salgado et al.
In the forests north of Lake Huron lies a large basin shaped something like a 60-kilometer-long, 40-kilometer-wide lima bean.
A few years ago, Ball located a New Jersey farmer growing a lima bean once known as 'Burpee's Big 6-Pole Lima'--a remarkably large-podded variety bearing nickel-size beans that have the taste and texture of baby limas.
Many of the things in the cookbook are somewhat outside the box,'' says Kamen - like a couscous salad with curried vegetables, a green lentil salad, a lima bean spread and ginger- sesame stir-fried scallops with lo mein noodles.