Mice and voles love to snack on saffron corms
, and rabbits eagerly nibble the leaves to the ground.
Put it this way: you'd do well to figure out what was going on with a given set of events, but Corm
would have thought the next point beyond that, and the one after, and several more still, like knowledge didn't come to him sequentially, hut rather in a massive superimposition of facts, truths, and suppositions that were almost invariably correct.
If your area has burrowing rodents like gophers, consider making a "cage" out of chicken wire and bury that in the ground, filling with dirt, and planting corms
within the cage.
The species is grown mainly for its edible fleshy tubers called corms
or cormels, while the leaves are consumed as green vegetables (Aregheore and Perera, 2003).
Effect of various corm
sizes on the vegetative, floral and corm
yield attributes of gladiolus.
Between row spacing had affected total yield, biomass, bulb yield, neck diameter, cormlet weight, corm ash, total phenol and flavonoids content significantly (Table 2-4).
Allowing viewers an insight into his working process, it reveals the careful pencil sketch outlining the figure of a man, around which Corm
has started to fill in the canvas with rough strokes of brown and black paint.
The saffron is a sterile geophyte that produces annual renewal corms
and is propagated only by them .
argues that the main geopolitical and historical roots of the idea of a divide existing between the Middle East and the West did not originate in the clashes of religious and cultural differences as argued by Samuel Huntington, but came rather from the historical traumas they suffered.
The aim of the study is to explore the possibility of saffron production under greenhouse condition and determining the effect of the mother corm
dimension on yield and on harvest period.
Blades reportedly attain results in a shorter time with less heat generated.