Hothouse rhubarb establishment and production costs and returns, western Washington, 1986 by Richard W. Carkner

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Published by Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture & Home Economics, Washington State University in Pullman, Wash .

Written in English

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  • Rhubarb -- Washington (State), Western -- Cost effectiveness,
  • Greenhouse management -- Washington (State), Western -- Cost effectiveness

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StatementRichard W. Carkner and William P.A. Scheer.
SeriesFarm business management reports, Extension bulletin -- 1413., Extension bulletin (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension) -- 1413.
ContributionsScheer, William P. A.
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p. ;
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17608664M
OCLC/WorldCa50267122

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Hot-house Rhubarb. 1986 book the News; Did you know that it’s currently rhubarb time. While it’s cold outside, rhubarb is growing in Puyallup Valley hothouses. Share this: Print. Field Rhubarb Establishment and Production Costs and Returns, Western Washington, Bulletin No. Estimates of Harvested Acreage, Production and Grower Value of Field-grown and Winter (Hothouse) Rhubarb in the United by: 2.

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rhubarb production is almost exclusively outdoors with relatively little commercial forcing. There are about acres devoted to rhubarb production, 60% in Washington State with Oregon and California next, and 1/2 acre in Black Forest. Rhubarb is grown widely, and with greenhouse production it is available throughout much of the year.

Rhubarb grown in hothouses (heated greenhouses) is called "hothouse rhubarb", and is typically made available at consumer markets in early spring, before outdoor cultivated rhubarb is se rhubarb is usually brighter red, tenderer and sweeter-tasting than outdoor rhubarb.

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This technological advancement freed up the farmers from getting up in the middle of the night and tending the fires. Rhubarb is a perennial vegetable famous for its tart-flavored pinkish-green stalks, though it’s used as a sweetened fruit in pies, tarts, and jams. Plant in early spring while the plants are dormant or in the fall in zones 6 to 10 or any other zone before frost.

Here’s how to plant, grow, and harvest your own rhubarb. Referred to by many as the “pie plant,” rhubarb can be found in many different desserts, though most commonly in apple pie. Nutritional benefits. The primary nutrients in rhubarb are calcium and potassium.

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We raise chickens, ducks, turkeys, and rabbits currently and operate an aquaponics run greenhouse. In the United States, commercial production (about 1, acres) is concentrat-ed in Washington, Oregon, and Michigan.

Small commercial acreage is found in many northern states. Hothouse rhubarb (about acres) is produced in Washington and Michigan.

Excellent commercial yields range from 15 to 18 tons per acre (34–41 t/ha). Most of the field grown rhubarb that is sold in the U.S. is from the Northern U.S., particularly Oregon and Washington.

They are well suited to rhubarb production. The first field grown rhubarb typically shows up in late March to early April. Around this time the hothouse grown rhubarb is done, so their seasons may just barely overlap. Rhubarb production decreased during World War II because of shortages of sugar, fuel and labor but recovered somewhat in the s.

Cleugh’s Rhubarb Co. good growing conditions for rhubarb. Washington and Oregon are among the top-producing areas in the U.S. Inthe most recent year for which agri-cultural census data are available, the two states had more than acres in rhubarb production. Rhubarb: RhubarbFarmer/ CC BY-NC-SA 2 Climate and growing region Rhubarb is very hardy.

cost of its purchase the year after it is planted. Depending on yields and rhubarb sale price, a small-scale rhubarb planting will begin to generate positive returns above establishment costs two to three years after planting.

For crowns planted in Kentucky (), total costs for the establishment and first harvest year are estimated. Creation Information. Beattie, James H. (James Herbert), b. August Context. This book is part of the collection entitled: Government Documents A to Z Digitization Project and was provided by the UNT Libraries Government Documents Department to the UNT Digital Library, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries.

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Hothouse rhubarb is in season January to March; field rhubarb April to June. Rhubarb originally came from China and Russia, where the fleshy roots were used medicinally. It was introduced into Europe about and became a common vegetable in America early in the 18th century.

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Hothouse rhubarb is distinguished by its pink to pale red stalks and yellow-green leaves, whereas field-grown plants (which are more pronounced in flavor) have cherry red stalks and green leaves. Rhubarb belongs to the buckwheat family.

The rhubarb plant is a herbaceous perennial. Botanically, rhubarb is a vegetable, however, in use it is considered a fruit. Only the leafstalk of rhubarb is suitable for human consumption. The leaf blade contains a high content of oxalic acid characterized by.

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