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2014 USDA State Restrictions

AK/HI: Vegetable Plants, Herb Plants, Perennial Plants, Bulbs, Annual Flower Plants, Potatoes, Fruits, Onions, Shallots, Garlic, Vegetable Roots, Tea

AZ: Vigna, Clematis Plants, Hops, Schizophragma, Vines, Lonicera, Wisteria, Maypops, Grape Vines, Kiwi

CA: Ornamental Grasses, Chive Plants, Prunus, Grape Vines, Apple Trees, Cherry Trees, Peach Trees, Persimmon, Plum Trees, Buddleia, Spearmint Plants, Lemon Grass.

CO, FL, ID, MT: Potatoes

CO: Prunus, Peach Trees, Plum Trees, Dogwood Trees

DE, MA, ME,NC, NH, NJ, OH, WV: Currant Plants, Jostaberry Plants, Gooseberry Plants

GA: Vegetable Plants, Mint Plants, Chive Plants, Herb Plants

ID: Chive Plants, Mint Plants, Prunus, Hops, Potatoes

MI: Blueberries, Currant Plants, Jostaberry Plants,
Gooseberry Plants

MN, NV, UT, WY: Mint Plants

NY: Grapes

OR: Grapes, Buddleia, Prunus, Hazelnut

WA: Chive Plants, Grapes, Hops, Prunus, Garlic & Shallots 

 

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  • When cutting a head of cabbage, don't be in a hurry to yank out the ""stump."" If you leave the lower leaves attached to the roots, you'll soon see multiple heads form around the top of the severed stem. Although the heads will not be as large as the initial head, you can often harvest four or five baseball-sized cabbages within a few weeks. Harvested young, these mini-cabbages are tender enough to grate raw for slaw or fresh salad.