Damascus Cucumber To Beit Alfa CucumberPosted: December 16, 2020Comments: 0
‘Hanka Lazarson’ 1946 journal (translated): “Finally, I will mention our main objectives: productive variety, excellent taste and high yield, these indicate the type we called Beit Alfa Cucumber.”
Ananas Yoqne’am Heirloom Melon Origin
Ananas Yoqne’am was bred and cultivated by Nathan Rabinowitz, a Romanian-born resident of ‘Yokneam’ that had formal agricultural training in France.
Types Of Seeds - Heirloom / OP / F1 / GMOPosted: September 15, 2020
One of the more important decisions every gardener makes is the choice among hybrid, heirloom, and non-heirloom open-pollinated seed cultivars. Each of these seed types has something to offer, depending on the gardener’s needs, interests, and values.
Seven SpeciesPosted: August 18, 2020|Tags: wheat , seven species , proverbs , pomegranate , palm , olive , land of israel , judges , jeremiah , grape , genesis , fig , deuteronomy , bible , barley , ancient times , agricultural
“For the Lord your God is bringing you into a good land—a land with brooks, streams, and deep springs gushing out into the valleys and hills; a land with wheat and barley, vines and fig trees, pomegranates, olive oil and honey; a land where bread will not be scarce and you will lack nothing” (Deuteronomy 8).
Holy Land Agriculture During the Talmudic (Biblical) EraPosted: August 03, 2020|Tags: talmudic , holy land , farming , biblical , agriculture
Many sources mark that the people of the holy land lived with the feeling that their country is a Land of milk and honey, but these days, the question arises, how the land mostly barren deserts, had food for approximately three million people at certain periods?
Medieval NutritionPosted: June 08, 2020
The Middle Ages is a term that describes the eating habits, basic food products and preparation in the Middle Ages - the period of the field that typically fall of the Roman Empire (5th century) to the beginning of the Renaissance (16th century).