Knowledge Base

  1. Damascus Cucumber To Beit Alfa Cucumber

    ‘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.”

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  2. Instructions For Growing & Processing Cucumber Seed

    Cucumbers will cross-pollinate, so isolate 0.5 kilometer from other cucumbers. Fruit for seeds should ripen past edible stage and begin to soften and turn yellow.

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  3. 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.

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  4. Irrigation Guide

    Water is used for all biological processes in the plant cell, conveying food rich liquids through the phloem transport system of the plant. From the ground surrounding the plant's root system, minerals and nutrients are pumped by plant roots in a symbiotic process between bacteria, fungi and plant roots, where the plant provides a habitat suited for microorganisms.

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  5. Types Of Seeds - Heirloom / OP / F1 / GMO

    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.

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  6. Seven Species

    “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).

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  7. Holy Land Agriculture During the Talmudic (Biblical) Era

    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?

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  8. Integrated Vegetable Companion Growing Guide

    For a healthy and flourishing garden this guide will show you what vegetables and flowers support or inhibit the growth of other plants.

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  9. Medieval Nutrition

    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).

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  10. Sowing Seeds For Your Garden

    Whether you are growing in a green house or direct seeding, this in depth guide will give you all the information you need.

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