What to Do With Cilantro After Harvest?

Answer Native to the Mediterranean, cilantro is a full-sun, cool-weather herb from the carrot family. Also known as coriander, it can get as tall as 3 feet. Coriander is prized for both its fresh leaves a... Read More »

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How do you harvest cilantro?

Cilantro is harvested by hand, even commercially. People get down in the dirt next to the plant, gently gather a bundle together, and cut it off at the bottom with a sharp, probably curved, knife, ... Read More »

What other herbs originted from the mediterranean basin along with cilantro?

In 110v countries, it's got a 110v plug--the motor and heater in a dishwasher aren't very large, and the unit runs fine on 110v. In 220v countries, naturally the appliance runs on 220v.

After-Harvest Care of Raspberries?

Raspberries ripen in midsummer, producing for several weeks through the peak of summer. Yearly maintenance of the plants doesn't end when the last berry is picked. Raspberries still require basic c... Read More »

How do I harvest wood after a forest fire?

Harvesting Wood After a FireFind out if it is legal to harvest firewood from the area that has burned. Check with the U.S. Forest Service regarding the regulations and permitting process in your ar... Read More »