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sea beet

n
(Plants) the wild form of Beta vulgaris. See beet
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Dynamics of growth and water relations of fodder beet and sea beet in response to salinity.
On a camping stove, set up on the sand dunes, he cooks a kedgeree of locally-sourced smoked haddock, eggs, barley rice, reed mace, wild leeks, sea beet, crow garlic and laver seaweed.
00 (Porphyridium polysaccharide) Sea Beet Peptides (Coast Southwest, Frutarom) 0.
Ruari Mackay and his boss, Terry Laybourne, evidently get this: the excellent stone bass fillets lay on a bed of sea beet and samphire.
You can pick seaweeds such as sea spaghetti and dulse, sample seashore plants like sea beet, rock samphire and scurvy grass, and maybe catch shrimps and pick mussels.
The lagoon is also home to rare maritime plants such as sea kale and sea beet growing out of the shingle and clumps of sea campion, thrift and sea poppy, which is also known as yellowhorned poppy.
For example, sea beet is like spinach and grows all round the coast.
Mark thinks he has the recipe for success as he opts for scallops, lobster and spider crab with sea beet, sea purslane, samphire and oyster butter.
The sea beet source of resistance to multiple species of root-knot nematode.
A weedy subspecies, called a sea beet, grows wild along the region's coast and can cross with its cultivated cousin.
We are concerned that the beet grown in the current trial will pollinate and their seeds will end up in the wild sea beet which grows everywhere around the coast as well as affecting crops including the fields of corn which are near the test site," he said.
Add cow parsley to your potato salad and goosegrass to soup, tuck into hawthorn spring pudding, sea beet tart and stewed milk thistle.