Foeniculum vulgare var. azoricum
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Pakkauksessa:0,5 g
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Salaattifenkoli "Romanesco" (Saksankumina) - Foeniculum vulgare var. azoricum.

The period from full germination to the formation of a "head of stem" is 53-68 days. The plant is 55-60 cm high. During the flowering period up to 100-110 cm.
The leaves are large, pinnately dissected, the lower ones are petiolate, the upper ones are sessile (from green to dark green), with a slight waxy coating. The stem is erect, green, strongly branched. 
"Head-stem" is white, dense, with small slit-like voids, weighing 200-220 g. Flowers are small, yellow.
They are used fresh and dried as a spice and flavoring addition to soups, meat dishes and vegetables, and fruits are used for canning.
Boiled "head-stems" are used for food, as well as leaves, shoots and roots. Moisture-loving, picky about lighting and soil fertility.
Fennel is a perennial herb of the umbrella family with a height of 150-200 cm.
Distinguish between fennel ordinary and vegetable (or sweet). The latter is grown for the sake of obtaining a thickened part of the stem.
Fennel is placed on fertile loamy soils in open, sunny places.
Propagated by seeds. They are sown in mid-May to a depth of 2 cm, according to the scheme 50 g by 40 cm, at the rate of 0.8-1.0 g / m2.
Care consists in thinning, loosening row spacings, feeding. In vegetable fennel with a thickening of the stem, hilling is carried out.
It is cold-resistant, but without snow it can freeze out, so in the fall it is covered with manure or humus. During dry periods, this crop requires watering. Harvesting begins when the plants have reached a diameter of 10 cm.
Agrotechnics.
Fennel loves warmth and light. The growing season is 130-170 days. Not picky about soils. Blooms in the first year from June to August. The fruits ripen in August - early September. Sow in early spring to a depth of 2-4 cm. Seeds germinate at a temperature of + 6 + 8 ° C. Seedlings appear in 12-14 days, tolerate frosts down to -8 ° C. Planting pattern 15x45 cm.
Harvesting and storage of raw materials.
Leaves and head of cabbage are cut as they grow back. Fennel is harvested for seeds when the fruits on the central umbrella are dry, and on second-order umbrellas are not yet ripe. They are dried and stored in a dry ventilated area. Fruit yield is 0.2-0.4 kg / m2.

Foeniculum vulgare

Eng.: Common fennel, garden fennel. Suom.: Maustevenkoli, salaattifenkoli, saksankumina. Sven.: Sötfänkål. Bot. syn.: Anethum foeniculum L., Foeniculum capillaceum , Foeniculum dulce Mill., Foeniculum foeniculum (L.), Foeniculum officinale All., Foeniculum panmoricum DC., Foeniculum piperitum (Ucria), Foeniculum vulgare Gaertn.

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