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  • Baby corn 

    Miles, Carol A.; O'Dea, Justin; Daniels, Catherine H., 1957-; King, Jacqueline (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2018-03)
    Fresh baby corn is eaten in its entirety and has a crisp texture and a subtle, slightly sweet corn flavor. Although almost all the baby corn found in the United States is imported from Asia in pickled or canned form, fresh ...
  • Crabapples for Western Washington Landscapes 

    Moulton, Gary A.; King, Jacqueline; Maleike, Raymond Robert, 1935- (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1996-02)
    New crabapple varieties that carry proven disease resistance are an attractive choice for ornamental landscapes. Tree shapes may be upright, spreading, rounded, or weeping, with several variations. Colorful pink, red, and ...
  • Edamame 

    Miles, Carol A.; Daniels, Catherine H., 1957-; Zenz, Leslie; King, Jacqueline (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2018-02)
    Edamame is a specialty vegetable soybean that originated in China more than 2000 years ago. Today it is known as a traditional Japanese vegetable Edamame is a Japanese word which translates to English as “branched bean”. ...
  • Establishing a cider apple orchard for mechanized management 

    Alexander, Travis R.; Scheenstra, Edward J.; King, Jacqueline; Musacchi, Stefano; Miles, Carol A. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2019-01)
    The goal of this manual is to provide commercial cider apple growers with orchard management options that will reduce the need for orchard labor. Specific objectives are to provide guidance to growers in establishing a ...
  • New alternative fruit crops for Western Washington 

    Moulton, Gary A.; King, Jacqueline (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2006)
  • Pea shoots 

    Miles, Carol A.; O'Dea, Justin; Daniels, Catherine H., 1957-; King, Jacqueline (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2018-01)
    Pea shoots are the young, tender vine tips of green or garden peas. This specialty vegetable crop is eaten fresh in salads, lightly steamed or saute?ed in stir-fries, or served as an attractive edible garnish often placed ...
  • Tree fruit varieties for western Washington 

    Norton, Robert A.; King, Jacqueline; Moulton, Gary A. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1992-04)