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n.1.(Bot.) A variety of cabbage, in which the edible part is a large, turnip-shaped swelling of the stem, above the surface of the ground.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Examples of adopting IPM for specific crops include avocado, broccoli, hydroponic capsicums, vegetables (leeks, lettuce, celery, endive, kohl-rabi, wombok, radicchio, parsnips, onions, asparagus, and potato), macadamia nuts, strawberry, wine grapes, organic onions, ornamental plants, hydroponic roses, and broad-acre cropping (wheat, barley, canola, and field peas).
Getting back to Rough Patch, I like a book that can give you recipes for nettle soup, herbal tea, kohl-rabi or potting and seed composts, comes with anecdotes from the garden at all seasons, and can spend time considering all garden life.