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Paige L. Herring, Abbey C. Noah, and Helen T. Kraus

substrate. The finished composts averaged 1.8% nitrogen (N), 1.5% phosphorus (P), and 0.2% potassium (K). The findings of Herring et al. (2018) indicate that SLC may be a suitable substrate for herb transplant production. Herb production is a growing

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Kellie J. Walters and Christopher J. Currey

Wilkins, 2005 ), and as a culinary herb ( Simon et al., 1999 ). Among these different uses, basil is most commonly used as a culinary herb ( Simon et al., 1999 ). Sweet basil is the most commonly cultivated basil species for culinary use, though lemon

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Barbara A. Fair, Brian Whipker,, Ingram McCall, and Wayne Buhler

Sage is the principal genus within the Lamiaceae family ( Page and Olds, 2004 ). Sages have long been popular as summer annuals and culinary herbs in gardens around the world because of their beautiful flowers and aromatic leaves. In recent years

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Usha R. Palaniswamy

Consumption of Asian herbs, spices, and vegetables in the U.S. has increased considerably within the past decade. This paper reviews some Asian culinary herbs and vegetables that are now increasingly used by American mainstream consumers, as well as ethnic Asians. It briefly summarizes traditional medicinal properties and the accumulating scientific evidence for functional properties of these plant species.

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Kellie J. Walters and Christopher J. Currey

Basil ( Ocimum sp.) is a commonly cultivated herb with ≈64 species identified ( Tucker and DeBaggio, 2009 ). Although basil is used in several ways, including for essential oil production, as an ornamental plant in landscapes, and as a cut flower

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Diana L. Dostal and Arthur C. Cameron

178 ORAL SESSION (Abstr. 709-714) HERBS: CULTURE/GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

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Ronald D. Morse

118 ORAL SESSION 30 (Abstr. 589–596) Culture & Management–Vegetables/Herbs

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Renee G. Murray and James E. Simon

178 ORAL SESSION (Abstr. 709-714) HERBS: CULTURE/GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

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Juan M. Quintana, Helen C. Harrison, Jiwan P. Palta, and James Nienhuis

102 POSTER SESSION 4D (Abstr. 211–217) Growth & Development–Vegetables/Herbs

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Usha Palaniswamy and Zafar Bokhari

Poster Session 1—Herbs, Spices, and Medicinals 27 July 2006, 12:00–12:45 p.m.