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kale

see brassicaoleracea.
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Siberian kales with flatter leaves are usually Brassica napus, a different species, yet the curly types seem to be Brassica oleracea.
From kale to Brussels sprouts to Swiss chard, these dark-green leafy superfoods have become the talk of the town.
Kale is a leafy cabbage loaded with beta-carotene, a cousin of broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and collard greens.
If you live in the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast, check out Olivia's Organics Baby Kale (or Baby Collards or Baby Swiss Chard) Cooking Greens, which come in generous 11 oz.
Plant kales as soon as possible so heads develop fully; the color will intensify as the weather cools.
When alarm bells ring, "the stress, the fear, the danger all kick in and [firefighters'] heart rates jump," Kales adds.
KALE growers can now buy seed for the leading variety Maris Kestrel which has been protected against a range of insect pests that threaten forage brassicas.
New Zealand research has shown that kales with a superior leaf to stem ratio deliver better animal performance, irrespective of total dry-matter yield,'' said Paul Billings from BHS.
He has recently begun to do his own seed breeding, and developed this superb Wild Garden Kale mix by selecting seeds from the wide and diverse gene pool of heirloom kales.