How much area is needed to grow a bushel of spinach?
1.45lbs per bushel
How do you grow spinach? You put it in dirt and watch it grow. o.O Or you buy it out of a can. :l
In the Midwest portion of the US under average conditions, one bushel of wheat can be harvested from about 1/50th of an acre, or about 870 square feet. Under ideal or excellent conditions, a bushel can be had from less than half that area.
Spinach helps your muscles grow stronger, like in popeye.
Spinach is a leaf vegetable (a flowering plant) and grows on the ground.
Of course not!!!!!!!! Spinach helps you grow! All caffiene does is not let you sleep!!!!
Given the right conditions spinach can be grown all year.
Spinach is a green-leaf vegetable that grows above the ground.
You can grow a healthy garden by testing your soil and only putting in what is needed. Use organic fertilizer when needed. Water when needed. Plant only plants recommended for your area.
Of course! All vegetables and fruits have seeds and can be grown.
It's impossible to. Spinach will only grow in the fall.
Spinach is a plant. It grows very much like a lettuce.
Spinach is ready to harvest at about 40-50 days after planting.
Conditions used to grow yeast include bacteria and warmth. It also needs to be a moist area that allows the yeast to grow.
Central and Southwestern Asia
About two months.
No, it grows from the ground up.
during the winter
When selecting what to grow, plan and research which plants will work in your area. It's a good idea to start with seasonal planting. Grow plants that give multiple crops and are high yielding. Choose crops that grow quickly such as radishes, lettuces and spinach. It means you can turn over what you're growing very quickly.
Spinach grows best in cooler climates that have average temperatures between 60 and 70 degrees. When temperatures are higher than this spinach plants tend to wither quickly and turn to seed.
Spinach, carrots, turnips, peppers, tomatos, squash
Kenyans grow many crops some vegetable crops are cabbage, spinach, tomatoes, and potatoes
many like spinach, cabbage, cauliflower, bringles
Mushrooms need a lot of moisture, enriched compost, and should be grown in an area with no light such as a cupboard. Mushrooms will grow and thrive in dark, damp conditions.
Unfortunately, the only way you can get a perfect spinach is to grow it on your farm in the fall :( If you're having trouble getting a "perfect", then use fertilizer.
How do the colonies on the surface area of the pour plate differ from the colonies suspended in the agar?
Because of their ability to grow on specific environment & the amount of oxygen needed...(e.g. anaerobes, aerotolerants will grow in agar).
string beans, grape grow on vines but tecnicly its known as a tree. spinach is a leave so that grows on trees.
Great question! Guinea pigs can eat spinach. It is full of vitamins and nutrients a guinea pig needs to develop and grow. Make sure that young guinea pigs eat a lot of spinach because they need the nutrients. I hope this answer helps you!
corn, peas, wet spinach, coly flower
It varies depending on how much natural precipitation is available, but in the driest parts of the US, a good corn crop can still be harvested from 6,000 gallons of water per bushel of grain harvested. That works out to about 3.7 acre-feet of water over the course of the growing season.
You Do Not Find It! You grow it on your farm! !! :D Fr:Glaceon66 Happy Playing!
Because the resources are scarce and therefore a wide area is needed by each plant to gather them.
All fruits grow above ground. All the leaf vegetable i.e. spinach lettuce etc. grow above ground. In all cases the roots are underground.
The average temperature needed to grow wheat is 17*c.
The pumpkin! some vegetables that grow on the ground are: potatoes,swiss chard,green beans,spinach,onions,beetroot,carrot,cress,lettuce,and radishes
Spinach is a Fall crop you can grow on your farm only during that season. The only other way to get it would be to buy it from Marimba Farm. But Marimba Farm will only sell Spinach if the store is level two or higher. And even so it is only available in Fall. So whichever way you want to get it the season must Fall to get Spinach.
in which area do apples grow
The average temperature needed to grow rice is around 27*c.
carrot spinach eggplant orange and those fruits that rich in vitamin D .
On all of the continents except Antarctica is where Chenopods [Chenopodium spp] can grow. Their common name is goosefoot. They include among their members beets [Beta vulgaris] and spinach [Spinacia oleracea].
Okra, pumpkin, melons, spinach, broccoli etc grow early in spring. Brinjals, tomatoes and potatoes are also harvested during early spring season.
Yes. A carrot can provide what is needed for a plant to grow. Although, the plant will not be a carrot.
root vegetables are vegetables that grow in dirt. Green vegetables are like broccoli, spinach, or celery.
Artichoke, peppers, broccoli, dill, eggplant, melon, mint, oregano, rosemary, spinach, strawberries, tomatoes, etc.
the factors you use water to make it grow
Irrigation is needed to grow crops in the desert.
the 4 conditions needed for yeast to grow are: 1. Warmth 2. Moisture 3. Food 4. Time
The conditions that are needed to grow coffee is warm. The temperature should be between 60 to 90 degrees. And the dirt should be damp.
It actually takes place on an ongoing basis in the US. When a mine is closed, there are funds that have been set aside for restoration of the mined area. Land is contoured, topsoil placed where it is needed, and lands planted with vegetation that will grow in that area.
No, they grow above the ground like any plant. Just the roots. The green part you eat grows above the ground, like a big weed... if you're lucky and the slugs don't get it first.