black-seeded


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Adj.1.black-seeded - having black seedsblack-seeded - having black seeds      
seedy - full of seeds; "as seedy as a fig"
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Next year we're going to grow more s unflowers, especially black-seeded varieties, which are the most nutritious.
The seedless watermelon has overtaken the sales - and supermarket shelves - of seeded watermelon in the past 15 years, making it difficult to find a black-seeded watermelon.
Among green leaf lettuce varieties under identical light and growing conditions, the Concept variety had about 10 times the level of lutein as did Black-Seeded Simpson.
An added benefit of buying greens at a farmers' market is that the grower is right there, ready to answer your questions about variety, texture, and taste--and sometimes to tell stories too: Bill Coleman, of Coleman Family Farms, for instance, describes his vividly chartreuse Black-seeded Simpson as "nice for a romantic dinner--it glows in the dark."
A-55 is black-seeded, upright type IIA growth habit, developed by Singh et al.
A new black-seeded runner bean, Riley, is promising for those who seek early crops.
Black-Seeded Simpson is the first lettuce I ever grew and to this day it's my personal favorite.
'Black-Seeded Simpson', 'Red Oak Leaf', and 'Royal Oak Leaf' lettuce.
CV-223, PI 633428) was developed and released by the Valle del Guadiana Experiment Station of the National Research Institute for Agriculture, Forestry, and Livestock (INIFAP) of Mexico as a high-yielding, disease-resistant, shiny black-seeded cultivar for rainfed conditions in the semiarid highlands of Mexico.
Average yields of this cultivar were [approximately equal to]100 kg [ha.sup.-1] lower than that of commercial black-seeded culfivars grown at the same location.
Black-seeded lines containing the four arcelin variants also were developed by crossing the (Sanilac x wild donor) [F.sub.1]s to black-seeded 'Porriilo 70' followed by one backcross to Porrillo 70 and six selfing generations (Harmsen, 1989).
CV-186, PI 614096) was developed and released for commercial production in 1997 by the Valle del Guadiana Experiment Station of the National Research Institute for Agriculture, Forestry, and Livestock (INIFAP) of Mexico as a high-yielding, disease-resistant, opaque black-seeded cultivar for rainfed conditions in the highlands of Mexico.