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20 August 2017 Parsnips

http://durgan.org/2017/August%202017/20%20August%202017%20Parsnips/HTML/ 20 August 2017 Parsnips My method of parsnip cooking to encourage consumption by young grandchildren. The parsnips are steam cooked for about ten minutes. Parsnips cook quickly so some care is required. After steaming the sliced pieces are sautéed … Continue reading

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27 July 2017 Parsnips

http://durgan.org/2017/July%202017/27%20July%202017%20Parsnips/HTML/ 27 July 2017 Parsnips Cooking parsnips to encourage young children to ingest. The parsnip was steam cooked for about ten minutes then lightly browned in ghee (clarified butter) in the frying pan. It was then served with q sprinkling … Continue reading

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5 September 2016 Parsnips

http://durgan.org/2016/September%202016/5%20September%202016%20Parsnips/HTML/ 5 September 2016 Parsnips The last of the parsnips were dug from the garden. Parsnips have a very long root and are difficult to dig if the ground is dry. They keep for a long period in a root … Continue reading

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22 April 2016 Parsnips

http://durgan.org/2016/April%202016/22%20April%202016%20Parsnips/HTML/ 22 April 2016 Parsnips An eight foot row of parsnips was planted using the board method. Parsnips are usually hard to geminate, and fresh seed should be used each year.

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http://www.durgan.org/URL/?DMVLA 30 April 2013 Parsnips Planted Board Method. An eight foot row of ALL American parsnips was planted using the board method.Seed was saved from 2011/2012 crop. Apparently parsnip seed has to be fresh to germinate, probably meaning one year … Continue reading

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http://www.durgan.org/URL/?WPFWM 8 July 2012 Parsnip.No Insect Foliar Damage Observing plants in the garden, it was determined that parsnip vegetation never has any insect damage. Exposure is to the Colorado Potato Beetle, Flea Beetle, Japanese Beetle, Cucumber beetle, Squash Vine Borer.These … Continue reading

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