This comprehensive list of common herbs with English, Hebrew, and Latin names, categorizes them as trees or vegetables, to avoid kilei zera'im and kilei hakerem. Since different halachic guidelines govern kila’im for vegetables and trees, this is a valuable reference.
Agronomist Dr. Mordechai Shomron Mitzvot of the Land
Shemitah laws relevant to the eighth year: shemitah sanctity, hefker, bi'ur terumot and ma'aserot. If I pick fruits or vegetables at the beginning of the eighth year, can I eat them? Do I need to separate terumot and ma'aserot?
Biur and viduy ma'aserot are unique mitzvot that occur once every three years; this year (5782) is one of them. On the halachot of biur and viduy ma'aser as they apply today plus the texts recited as part of viduy ma'aserot.
The laws of shemitah are intricate and many. This concise guide sums up the major concepts and laws involved in shemitah, presented in infographic form for clarity. The guide includes consumerism, kitchen management, gardening, bi'ur laws, and more.