Chinese Water Chestnut

Written by fruit   // 29/01/2006   // 0 Comments

Roger Goebel describes his experiences with growing water chestnuts, and the lessons he learned. 

“We have found the nuts to be very palatable, even just freshly dug and washed without peeling. I consider them to be a useful home vegetable with some possible market value”

This article was written in 1989 and published in the Rare Fruit Council Newsletter No. 58, 5/89

KEY WORDS: Roger Goebel, growing, water chestnut, rhizome, harvest, corms, swamp, pond,

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