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KUMARA – 1966 Encyclopaedia of New Zealand – Te Ara

Warning This information was published in 1966 in An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand, edited by A. H. McLintock has not been corrected and will not be updated. Up-to-date information can be found elsewhere in Te Ara.The kumara, or sweet potato, Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam., a member of the plant family Convolvulaceae, is cultivated for its edible swollen roots. ...

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KUMARA PLANTS NORTHLAND

KUMARA PLANTS NORTHLAND4857 ST HIGHWAY 12RUAWAINORTHLAND NEW ZEALANDOWNER / OPERATORWAYNE STEINER09 439 2246021 157 9054 021 031 7742. LOVE YOUR KUMARA. WHETHER IT BE BAKED, MASHED, GRATED, ROASTED. OR TOASTED. KUMARA PLANTS NORTHLAND PROVIDE. * THE HIGHEST QUALITY KUMARA PLANTS AT. …

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Kumara (Sweet Potato) Its Enigmatic Distribution in Oceania

Links Contact More December 8, 2017| DAIGU SIGUA Image credit: Sweet potatoes, Padangpanjang.jpg from Wikimedia Commons Kumara (Sweet Potato) Its Enigmatic Distribution in Oceania Sweet potatoes were a common food crop of the Austronesian ...

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Kumara Growing Guide | Tui | When to plant, feed and …

Tui''s Kumara Growing Guide tells you when to plant kumara and tips on feeding and harvesting. 5 Steps to Kūmara Success Choose a sunny spot with plenty of space. Prepare the soil well with sheep pellets and compost. Add a layer of vegetable mix to plant into.

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Kūmara

Kūmara gardens were known as māra kūmara. They consisted of puke (mounds) formed from loosened soil, arranged either in rows or in a recurring quincunx pattern (the shape of a ''5'' on a dice). Kūmara tubers were planted in the mounds. Sloping land with a sunny, northerly aspect was considered ideal.

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Growing Kumara

Seed stock for Kaipara Kumara is grown by Kaipara Kumara under carefully controlled conditions. Plant beds are meticulously prepared to avoid any possible carry-over of disease or pest from a previous crop, with each bedded seed root producing around 30-40 plants.

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Why not grow a kumara at home?

Method: Wash the kumara gently but thoroughly. Insert toothpicks into the sides of the kumara about 1/3 of the way down. Place the kumara into the jar. Fill the jar with water. Results: In about 10-15 days, the kumara will begin to bud. For the next 3 to 6 months, vines will grow from the kumara. You can train the vines to climb up or around ...

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Links & recipes for Kumara. salades,fries,and many more …

Looking for Kumara recipes, We have a few links here with great recipes that are using Kumara potato or sweet potato. You will love them. Enjoy your meal!

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5. External links and sources – Kūmara – Te Ara …

Te Pēhi (Best, Elsdon.) Ma ori agriculture: the cultivated food plants of the natives of New Zealand: with some account of native methods of agriculture, its ritual and origin myths.Te Whanganui-a-Tara: Te Papa Press, 2005 (nō te tau 1925 pānuitia tuatahitia ai).

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5. External links and sources – Kūmara – Te Ara …

Best, Elsdon. Māori agriculture: the cultivated food plants of the natives of New Zealand: with some account of native methods of agriculture, its ritual and origin myths.Wellington: Te Papa Press, 2005 (originally published

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Working in the kūmara plantation – Māori – Te Ara …

Working in the kūmara plantation. In addition to hunting, Māori developed horticultural techniques. In this historical reconstruction drawn by Russell Clark in 1955 for educational purposes, we see two Māori men using the kō, or digging stick, to turn over gardens …

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5. External links and sources – Kūmara – Te Ara …

Koanga o te tau: planting time This 1967 article from Te Ao Hou magazine discusses ways of growing and preparing kūmara. Kumaras and kumara magic A 1962 article from Te Ao Hou about the religious aspects of growing kūmara. Maori

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Kumara (plant)

This is one vegetable where deep and thorough digging is therefore to be discouraged. The best way to grow kumara in an open garden is to mound up soil, sand, rotted manure and compost into a shallow hill that is as wide and as long as the area you want to plant in. This hill should be about one and a …

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Kumara

Kumara Kumera is a classic kiwi vegetable enjoyed roasted, in salads, soups and many other ways so try growing them yourself. Getting Started Kumara are purchased as bareroot runners in either the red or gold varieties in late spring. The ideal time to plant ...

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Kumara

Kumara Illangasinghe, an Anglican bishop in Sri Lanka. Kumara (surname) The Four Kumaras, sages from the Hindu tradition. Sweet potato, called kumara in New Zealand. Kumara (plant), a genus of plants from South Africa related to Aloe. A Hindu god and general, also named Kartikeya. Topics referred to by the same term.

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Kumara haemanthifolia | PlantZAfrica

Kumara haemanthifolia is a robust plant that rarely grows singly and usually suckers freely to form groups of up to 20 plants at a time. These soft-bodied, thornless succulents possesses pale to dark green strap-shaped leaves which are up to 200 mm long and 80 mm wide with rounded apices. The oppositely arranged leaves have sheathing leaf bases ...

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Old school Maori ways of kumara planting shared at …

 · "We kept the best kumara we grew in Manawatu, and have used them for shoots, as we want to kumara to grow like them." Roskruge came to the school with a box of kumara plants …

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Growing kumara slips tutorial. Organic Permaculture …

 · Here is a tutorial on how to grow your kumara slips from kumara you have either grown yourself or bought from the green grocer. I try to get the most out of ...

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Plant identification links

Plant names, genus'' and species lists KEW checklist of selected plant names USDA plant database Regional (South Africa) shows plants in their natural habitat (Germany) with german and european wildflowers Cacti and other succulents Orchids RHS orchid ...

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Planting Kumara Slips!

 · Spring means time to plant your kumara slips! Here''s how to do it! Not sure what a kumara slip is or how to grow one? Check out our e-book with lots of detai...

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Kumara Red

Kumara Red - Owairaka from Awapuni Nurseries, This variety of kūmara is the most well-known in New Zealand. It has a distinctive red skin and a creamy white, firm, textured flesh. Our kūmara seedlings are around 30cm long (see picture) - this means they''re well on their way to becoming good plants.

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Taxonomy browser (Kumara)

Kumara Medik., 1786 NCBI BLAST name: monocots Rank: genus Genetic code: Translation table 1 (Standard) ... Subtree links Direct links Nucleotide 24-Protein 12-Popset 18 18 PubMed Central 235 232 Identical Protein Groups 12-Taxonomy 3 1 Grace OW ...

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KUMARA PLANTS NORTHLAND

KUMARA PLANTS NORTHLAND 4857 ST HIGHWAY 12 RUAWAI NORTHLAND NEW ZEALAND OWNER / OPERATOR WAYNE STEINER 09 439 2246 021 157 9054 021 031 7742

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10 Kumara ideas | aloe, plants, aloe plant

Apr 18, 2019 - Kumara is a genus of 2 species of flowering plants in the family Asphodelaceae, native to the Western Cape Province of South Africa. Phylogenetic studies indicated that 2 species that were traditionally classed as members of the genus Aloe were ...

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Kumara

Kumara are purchased as bareroot runners in either the red or gold varieties in late spring. The ideal time to plant kumera is after Labour Weekend as the ground temperature is increasing and frosts have passed. Plant up until late November. Where to Plant. In early October prepare the bed.

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Natural Bio-active Compounds | SpringerLink

Natural bioactive compounds have become an integral part of plant-microbe interactions geared toward adaptation to environmental changes. They regulate symbiosis, induce seed germination, and manifest allelopathic effects, i.e., they inhibit the growth of competing plant species in their vicinity. In addition, the use of natural bioactive ...

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Kūmara: plant, care, harvest & storage tips | Stuff .nz

 · Kūmara: plant, care, harvest & storage tips. Kumara plants sprouting new growth. Buy kūmara runners from garden centres in October or start your own by sprouting a …

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Sweet potato

Ipomoea batatas. ( L.) Lam. The sweet potato or sweetpotato ( Ipomoea batatas) is a dicotyledonous plant that belongs to the bindweed or morning glory family, Convolvulaceae. Its large, starchy, sweet-tasting, tuberous roots are a root vegetable. The young shoots and leaves are sometimes eaten as greens. The sweet potato is distantly related to ...

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Kumara Plants

Kumara Plants Liz from Rural West Whangarei I have Kumara plants for sale. Just the ordinary red kumara. Bundles of 15 for $3.00, bundles of 30 $6.00, bundles of 50 for $10.00. Message me if you are wanting a larger quantity but not commercial lots, just for ...

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Effects of plant population and planting date on growth and …

gourmet roots. However, as the name suggests Owairaka Red has strong links with Maori who have a tradition of growing kumara dating back to pre-European times (Fletcher et al., 2000). Given that a major part of the funding for this project was geared towards

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Kumarahou

The Maori name Kumarahou is said to mean "kumara planting time" decided by when the flowers appear. Kumarahou flowers in mid September on Tiritiri Matangi, displaying attractive soft masses of golden yellow blossom. This is followed by small seed capsules November to …

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Kumara: Aotearoa''s super food

 · Kumara plants like: * Fertile, light and sandy soil with good drainage, preferably a warm sloping site which gets all-day sun. * Regular watering to help young seedlings get established.

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Contact us at Kumara plants for sale Dargaville New Zealand

Please contact me: Engelina Hollenberg (Caroline)Kumara New Zealand Phone/Fax 09 4392224 Mobile 0212931260 I am happy to advise you Kumara Plants for sale NZ Dargaville New Zealand

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