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Bolting, and how to postpone it
Photo: Justin Russell
In the spring vegie garden, bolting is par for the course.


in cole crops
occurs when flowers develop too quickly. For seeds planted in the spring, flower stalk initiation in cabbage is stimulated by prolonged cold temperatures below 50 F.

Bolting
The premature and usually unwelcome flowering of a vegetable or leafy herb, often as a result of drought, starvation or high temperatures.

Stop Lettuce
You can not wait to pick your first lettuce and suddenly you have too many to eat and they are not so tasty if you try to store them. So what can you do?

When the spinach starts to grow tall and the leaves start getting smaller, harvest quick. This is called bolting (going to seed). That plant will quickly continue to deteriorate in quality. It is best to remove it.


The period of a plant's development when it begins trying to make flowers. This term is usually used when referring to a vegetable plant whose flowers or fruit are not the edible crop, such as lettuce or carrots.

Bolting - The early flowering of a plant before it develops its crop. Cabbage, lettuce, radishes, and several other crops are subject to bolting.


Vegetables which quickly go to flower rather than producing the food crop. Usually caused by late planting and too warm temperatures.
bonsai ...

Bolting: Producing flowers and seeds prematurely.
Chelation: The formation of bonds between organic compounds and metals, some of which are insoluble, as in humus.

Producing seeds or flowering prematurely, usually due to heat. For example, cool-weather crops such as lettuce bolt during the summer. Leaf crops are discouraged from by removal of flower heads. See deadhead.

Bolting Cilantro - Why Does Cilantro Bolt And How To Stop It
Cilantro bolting is one of the most frustrating things about this popular herb. Many gardeners ask 'why does cilantro bolt?' and 'how can I keep cilantro from flowering?

refers to when weather gets hot, lettuce will bolt. This means that it sprouts a flower and will go to seed. When lettuce bolts, the leaves will become bitter. If you live in hot climate, look for lettuce varieties that are heat resistant.

Bolting tends to happen when the temperature heats up, but researchers say that it is actually the longer hours of daylight that cause bolting.

may occur under cold weather stress. If onions bolt, the bulb rapidly deteriorates. Harvest and use as soon as possible.
For winter storage, harvest the onion crops after the tops have dried up.
Storage and Preservation Methods ...

Bolting happens when certain plants get over-excited by the heat of summer. Brings out their inner teenager.


When a plant goes to seed, often earlier than expected, causing the plant to become less edible. For example brocooli will bolt if the weather turns hot. At this point, the plant's energy goes into reproducing.

Bolting is the last thing you want to happen when growing certain herbs and vegetables, such as the Japanese green mizuna.

: A stage of rapid growth in a plant's life cycle where flowers are created and seeds are dropped. often causes vegetables and herbs to lose flavor, and the process is usually kick-started by high temperatures.

Bolting a picnic table to a hard ground surface can prevent theft, increase the table's stability and anchor the table in case of high winds, thunderstorms, hurricanes or other inclement weather. The process is simple and requires minimal tools.

is a term that refers to plants rapidly flowering or producing seed stalks, often prematurely.

bolting This term, and also the term "run to seed" means to prematurely produce flowers and seeds. Usually applied to a leaf crop such as lettuce, spinach etc.

Premature flower and seedstalk formation, usually in biennial crops during their first year of growth.BotanyThe scientific study of all facets of plant structure and behavior.

Grow it in moist, rich soil, shaded from full sun, and keep it well watered at all times to prevent bolting. Sow seed direct outside, 3/4-inch deep, spaced 1 inch apart in rows 12 inches apart. Thin to 3-6 inches.

The search for varieties resistant to mildews and viruses, as well as to , continued through the 20th century.

Lack of water or irregular watering will make them bolt so to help avoid the bolting push the soil firmly around their roots to get really good contact. John plants them about twenty centimetres apart.

The best tasting heads will be a dark green color and will have no signs of (flowering). If you notice any of the florets beginning to flower, harvest the head right away.

The secret to growing succulent, tasty leaves and preventing premature bolting is to keep lettuce growing fast. Bitterness naturally occurs in older plants.

Do you crave the unmistakable flavor of cilantro but dislike the plant's penchant for -- Culantro (Eryngium foetidium), an easy-to-grow tender perennial, tastes like cilantro but doesn't easily bolt.

Intense sunlight and hot temperatures can make it challenging to germinate new seeds, establish tender seedlings and keep cool-weather crops, such as salad greens, from bolting and becoming bitter.

There are cultivars that are resistant to also. means that it goes to seed. You have a very large variety to choose from, wrinkled leaves and smooth and a few different colors from green to purple.

Care for Spinach and Bolting

Spinach is easy to grow if you keep them well-watered when conditions are dry. Any mulch around the plants will be appreciated because this will cool the rots and help to retain moisture.

Pac choi is prone to (going to seed prematurely) if it doesn't like the weather conditions. Some varieties, such as Joi Choi and Mei Qing Choi are bolt-resistant or slow-.

When a plant goes to seed, usually a plant cultivated for its leaves, where bolting is an unwanted action. Such plants are often bred into "slow bolting" cultivars.
Definition as written by mikepiper: ...

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