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У нас на русских форумах очень часто обсуждают выращивание выживальщиками топинамбура, интересно как обстоят дела у коллег в других странах ?

We at Russian forums often discuss cultivation survivalist Jerusalem artichoke, it is interesting how things have counterparts in other countries?

Despite its name, the Jerusalem artichoke has no relation to Jerusalem, and it is not a type of artichoke, even though both are members of the Daisy family. The origin of the name is uncertain. European settlers called the plant Girasole, the Italian word for sunflower. (The Jerusalem artichoke is a type of sunflower, in the same genus as the garden sunflower Helianthus annuus.) Over time the name Girasole may have been corrupted to Jerusalem.[4] To avoid confusion some people have recently started to refer to it as sunchoke or sunroot[citation needed].

The artichoke part of the Jerusalem artichoke's name comes from the taste of its edible tuber. Samuel de Champlain, the French explorer, sent the first samples of the plant to France, noting that its taste was similar to an artichoke.[
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I advise you to go to the
Here you can find a lot of this culture
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