An interactive key and field guide for the identification of insects pests, beneficials, diseases and disorders in Australia.
Sandra McDougall, Andrew Watson, Len Tesoriero, Valerie Draper, Tony Napier and Gerard Kelly.
Bunching vegetables covered by this guide are:
- Leafy brassicas: Gai lan (Chinese broccoli, Chinese kale); Buk choy (Chinese white cabbage; Chinese chard, Bok choy); Pak choy (Shanghai buk choy); Choy sum (Chinese flowering cabbage); Gai choy (Chinese mustard)
- Radishes: Long white radish (Daikon); Radish (globe, oval, and oblong types)
- Amaranth (Chinese spinach, En choy)
- English spinach
- Beet (red and silver)
- Kang kong (Water spinach, Water convolvulus)
- Garland chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum greens, Chop-suey-green)
- Alliums: Shallot (true); Shallot (Spring onion, Japanese bunching onion, Welsh onion); Leek; Chives; Garlic chives
- Dutch carrots
Fabaceae (Leguminosae) family
- Snake beans
First published 2017. Published by NSW Department of Primary Industries 2017
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