Salad Chervil

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Salad Chervil

Salad Chervil is an annual grown for its foliage. It is used as a pot herb, in soups, or as a flavoring for meat dishes. It grows 18 inches tall and has parsley-like foliage. The seed is planted in loamy, well drained soil in rows 20 inches apart. Thin plants to 4 inches when they are large enough. The plant is best when grown in cool weather. The leaves are most tender when grown quickly and without a check in growth. Select leaves as needed. There may be some problem with defoliating insects and root maggots. No pesticides are listed for use on this crop.

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