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Beta cicla, or, Mangel wurzel

Beta cicla, or, Mangel wurzel

its properties & virtues : with directions for its culture

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Published by Printed and sold by the author in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mangel-wurzel,
  • Forage plants

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    Other titlesBeta cicla, Mangel wurzel, its properties and virtues
    Statementcompiled by Grant Thorburn
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 42287
    ContributionsThorburn, Grant, 1773-1863
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination22 p
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15125008M
    LC Control Number87746866

    DescriptionBeta vulgaris (Linn.) is a native of South Europe, extensively cultivated as an article of food and especially for the production of sugar, and presents many is derived from the Sea Beet (B. maritima, Linn.), which grows wild on the coasts of Europe, North Africa and Asia, as far as India, and is found in muddy maritime marshes in many parts of England, a tall.   David Bates - In the mangel × ; 32 KB Fodder Beet harvesting - - jpg × ; 84 KB × 1,; KB. The mangel-wurzel is a large coarse form raised exclusively for cattle. The sugar-beet is a large, white, and very sweet variety, from the root of which large quantities of sugar (called beet-root sugar) are manufactured in France, Germany, etc.


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Beta cicla, or, Mangel wurzel by,Printed and sold by the author edition, Microform in English. Get this from a library. Beta cicla, or, Mangel wurzel, its properties & virtues: with directions for its culture. [Grant Thorburn;]. Beta cicla, or, Mangel wurzel, its properties & virtues: with directions for its culture / compiled by Grant Thorburn.

Other author/creator: Thorburn, Grant, Format: Electronic and Book: Publication Info: New-York: Printed and sold by the author, ([New York]: E.B.

Gould) Description: 22 pages: Supplemental Content: Shaw. Mangel-Wurzel, or Root of Scarcity, the Beta albissima, L.

is an exotic variety of the Beta Cicla. It is propagated from seeds, one or two of which are deposited, in the month of April or May, in holes dibbled at the distance of from eight to eighteen inches asunder.

An account of the culture and use of the mangel wurzel or root of scarcity / Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Commerell, abbé de, d. Search for the book on E-ZBorrow. Beta cicla, or, Mangel wurzel.

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Grisdale, 1 book F. Browne, 1 book Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, 1 book France. Convention nationale. In England, it is said Beta cicla have arrived from Metz in ; but there is a book advertised of which the following is the title: Culture and Use of the Mangel Wurzel, a Root of Scarcity, translated from the French of the Abbe de Commerell, by J.

Lettson, with colored plates, third edition,by which it would appear that it was known earlier. Mangelwurzel or mangold wurzel (from German Mangel/Mangold, "chard" and Wurzel, "root"), also called mangold, mangel beet, field beet, fodder beet and (archaic) root of scarcity is a cultivated root is a variety of Beta vulgaris, the same species that also contains the red beet (beetroot) and sugar beet varieties.

The cultivar group is named Crassa Group. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk.

Full text of "Remarks on mangel-wurzel or root of scarcity: with an exposition on its utility, and directions for its culture". mangel-wurzel paprastasis runkelis statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Balandinių šeimos cukrinis, dekoratyvinis, daržovinis, maistinis, pašarinis, vaistinis kultūrinis augalas (Beta vulgaris).

Iš jo gaminami maisto priedai (dažikliai). Beta depicta, or, Remarks on mangel wurzel, with an exposition on its utility deduced from practical experiments, and with full directions for its culture, and the management in.

Books; Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)  Beta cicla. paprastasis runkelis statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Balandinių šeimos cukrinis, dekoratyvinis, daržovinis, maistinis, pašarinis, vaistinis kultūrinis augalas (Beta vulgaris).

Iš jo gaminami maisto priedai (dažikliai). Introduction. The mangold-wurzel (or mangel-wurzel) is a member of the family Chenopodiaceae, genus Beta or. The beets include the sugar beet (Beta vulgaris altissima), beetroot (Beta vulgaris craca), and Swiss chard (Beta vulgaris flavascens).The mangold-wurzel (Beta vulgaris vulgaris) is a subspecies of the common beet (Beta vulgaris), as are chard (or leaf beet or spinach beet) (Beta.

Beta depicta, or, rematìrks on Mangel Wurzel, with an exposition on its utility reduced from practical experiments, and with fu by NEWBY Thomas - COVID Update Septem Biblio is open and shipping orders. Chard, (Beta vulgaris, variety cicla), variety of the beet of the amaranth family (Amaranthaceae), grown for its edible leaves and leafstalks.

Fresh chard is highly perishable and difficult to ship to distant markets. The young leaves can be eaten raw in salads, while larger leaves and stalks are mangel-wurzel, or mangold, is a succulent.

Evidence suggests that Beta vulgaris has been cultivated since the 1st century AD, over which time a diverse range of forms have been developed. These include sugar beet, which is a major agricultural crop, providing about 30% of the world's sugar.

Fodder beet cultivars are also an. Similar Items. An account of the culture and use of the mangel wurzel or root of scarcity / by: Commerell, abbé de, d.

Published: () Beta cicla, or, Mangel wurzel, its properties & virtues with directions for its culture / Published: () A treatise on the culture, use, and advantages, of the plant called scarcity-root by: Commerell, abbé de, d. Beta cicla paprastasis runkelis statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Balandinių šeimos cukrinis, dekoratyvinis, daržovinis, maistinis, pašarinis, vaistinis kultūrinis augalas (Beta vulgaris).

Iš jo gaminami maisto priedai (dažikliai). atitikmenys: lot.: lot. Look at other dictionaries: Beta vulgaris var. cicla — Para la variedad botánica conocida como remolacha o acelga blanca, véase Beta vulgaris.

Acelga Wikipedia Español. Beta vulgaris var. cicla — La acelga (Beta vulgaris var. cicla) es una planta herbácea bianual cultivada como anual, con hojas grandes, de color verde brillante y nervadas. Mammoth Mangelwurzel or Fodder Beet Seeds Price for Package of seeds. Mangelwurzel or mangold wurzel (from German Mangel/Mangold and Wurzel, "root"), also called mangold, mangel beet, field beet, and fodder beet, is a cultivated root vegetable.

It is a variety of Beta vulgaris, the same species that also contains the red beet and sugar beet varieties. Mangelwurzel: | | | | Mangelwurzel | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.

In England, it is said to have arrived from Metz in ; but there is a book advertised of which the following is the title: Culture and Use of the Mangel Wurzel, a Root of Scarcity, translated from the French of the Abbe de Commerell, by J.

Lettson, with colored plates, third edition,by which it would appear that it was known. MANGEL-WURZEL, or Root of ScARCITY, the Beta assissima, L. is an exotic variety of the Beta Cirla. It is propagated from seeds, one or two of which are deposited, in the month of April or May, in holes dibbled at the distance of from eight to.

Beta vulgaris is a herbaceous biennial or, rarely, perennial plant up to cm (rarely cm) height; cultivated forms are mostly biennial. The roots of cultivated forms are dark red, white, or yellow and moderately to strongly swollen and fleshy (subsp.

vulgaris); or brown, fibrous, sometimes swollen and woody in the wild stems grow erect or, in the wild forms, often. Define mangold. mangold synonyms, mangold pronunciation, mangold translation, English dictionary definition of mangold.

Noun 1. mangold - beet with a large yellowish root; grown chiefly as cattle feed Beta vulgaris vulgaris, mangel-wurzel, mangold-wurzel beet, Beta vulgaris.

Mammoth Mangelwurzel or Fodder Beet Seeds Price for Package of seeds. Mangelwurzel or mangold wurzel (from German Mangel/Mangold and Wurzel, "root"), also called mangold, mangel beet, field beet, and fodder beet, is a cultivated root is a variety of Beta vulgaris, the same species that also contains the red beet and sugar beet varieties.

The wild beet (Beta vulgaris maritima) is a coastal plant usually called sea beet and grows naturally in Europe, North Africa and into the Middle East, mostly around the Mediterranean and Caspian seas and along the Atlantic was originally cultivated as a medicinal plant as far back as the second millennium CE, possibly domesticated in Mesopotamia, and used both to treat fevers and.

Mammoth Mangelwurzel or Fodder Beet Seeds. Price for Package of seeds. Mangelwurzel or mangold wurzel (from German Mangel/Mangold and Wurzel. Beta vulgaris 95 to days — Fodder beets, also known as field beets, mangold, mangold wurzel, mangel beets, and mangel-wurzel, have all but disappeared from.

Beet, (Beta vulgaris), any of the four cultivated forms of the plant Beta vulgaris (family Amaranthaceae), grown for their edible leaves and roots. Each of the four distinct types of B. vulgaris is used differently: (1) the common garden beet (also called beetroot or table beet) is cultivated as a.

MANGEL-WURZEL, or field-beet, a variety of the common beet, known botanically as Beta vulgaris, var. macrorhiza. The name is German and means literally “root of scarcity.” R. Prior (Popular Names of British Plants) says it was originally mangold, a word of doubtful meaning.

The white beet, Beta cicla, is cultivated for the leaves, which are used as spinach. The midribs and stalks of the leaves are also stewed and eaten as sea-kale, under the name of Swiss chard. cicla is also largely used as a decorative plant for its large, handsome leaves, blood red or variegated in colour.

Check other web resources for Beta vulgaris L. subsp. vulgaris. Flora Europaea: Database of European Plants (ESFEDS) ; Flora of North America: Collaborative Floristic Effort of North American Botanists ; PLANTS: USDA-NRCS Database of Plants of the United States and its Territories ; SIBIS: South African National Biodiversity Institute's (SANBI) Integrated Biodiversity System.

Botanical name: Beta vulgaris var. cicla L. Seed: Planting time: SP,SU,FA: Seeds per ounce: Ounces per square foot Minimum legal germination rate: 65%: Germination type: Short Germinating: Notes Mangels (also Fodder Beets) are very easy to grow, producing roots that store well.

The Magel roots grow huge, up to two feet long and more. Organic Beet root is the taproot portion of the beet plant, usually known in North America as the beet, also table beet, garden beet, red beet, or golden beet.

It is one of several of the cultivated varieties of Beta vulgaris grown for their edible taproots and their leaves (called beet greens). The mangelwurzel (from German) is also called 'mangel wurzel', 'mangold wurzel', 'mangold', 'mangel beet', 'field beet', and 'fodder beet'.

It is a cultivated root vegetable. It is a variety of Beta vulgaris, the same species that contains the red beet (beetroot) and sugar beet varieties.

The cultivar group is called the Crassa Group. Their large white, yellow or orange-yellow swollen roots. Mangelwurzel or mangold wurzel (from German Mangel/Mangold, "chard", and Wurzel, "root"), also called mangold, [1] mangel beet, [1] field beet [2] and fodder beet, is a cultivated root vegetable derived from Beta vulgaris.

Its large white, yellow or orange-yellow swollen roots were developed in the 18th century as a fodder crop for feeding.

Foliage Beet, Chard, Swiss chard, Mangel (Beta vulgaris var. cicla, Beta vulgaris ssp. vulagris var. cicla), Germany, Saxony ripe sugar beet roots and leaves in the field close-up view Mangel Wurzel, Garden beet (Beta vulgaris), in vegetable patch, Germany mangold wurzel.

"Beta altissima (mangel wurzel) is a much larger and coarser plant than the common beet, from which it is principally known by its roots being marked " 4. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (). Definition of beta vulgaris vulgaris in the dictionary.

Meaning of beta vulgaris vulgaris. What does beta vulgaris vulgaris mean. Information and translations of beta vulgaris vulgaris in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

Alternative forms []. mangel-wurzel; mangle-wurzel; Etymology []. From German Mangold (“ chard ”) + Wurzel (“ root ”). Noun []. mangelwurzel (plural mangelwurzels). A root vegetable, variety of Beta vulgaris, cultivated chiefly as cattle feed.William Makepeace Thackeray, Vanity Fair, Chapter I have not written to my beloved Amelia for these many weeks past, for what news.beetroot mangel-wurzel sugar beet root Swiss chard spinach beet chard plant beetroot common beet Beta vulgaris cicla sugar beet vegetable mangel -wurzel leaf beet Beta vulgaris vulgaris chard (especially in a manuscript or book).

Synonyms folio.2. The root of plants of the genus Beta, different species and varieties of which are used for the table, for feeding stock, or in making sugar. There are many varieties of the common beet (Beta vulgaris). The Old "white beet", cultivated for its edible leafstalks, is a distinct species (Beta Cicla).

Origin: AS.