honeydew


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honeydew

the sugary waste substance passed out by aphids and similar insects.
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Working with the largest cantaloupe and honeydew melon growers in Texas and with other collaborators, Lester has extensively studied applying potassium as a foliar spray during melon fruit development.
TASTY: cheese and crackers; TRADITIONAL: an Edna May Christmas pudding; GREAT START: Honeydew melon
Company executives have entered into a one-year Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with ARS scientists to study calcium treatments of honeydews and cantaloupes still on the vine as a supplement or alternative to postharvest treatments.
Its important to remember that, although New Zealand put a temporary suspension on imports of rockmelons and honeydew melons from Australia treated with dimethoate, the trade in melons to New Zealand was able to continue from areas free of fruit fly.
The honeydew production or antifeedant activity (AA) was calculated by the following formula: AA = [(C-T)/C] x 100.
The results showed that fire ant invasion significantly suppressed honeydew exploitation by ghost ant.
Barrel 86 is aged one year in a single oak barrel; this honey-colored expression has hints of honeydew melon and coffee cake, the company says.
based grower as tasting of the sweet tartness of a lemon with hints of honeydew and watermelon.
1 ripe mango 1/4 honeydew melon, seeds removed 1/4 cantaloupe melon, seeds removed Juice of 1 lime 1 tbsp finely chopped fresh mint, to decorate Peel and stone the mango then cut the flesh into cubes and put in a large bowl.
Some are former cantaloupe thumpers and honeydew dabblers, but many may be under the mistaken impression that too many melons just aren't that flavorful, so they don't bite.