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Dandelions control and allelopathy

Originally posted on changinglifestyleblog:
Although where ever possible I am not a user of herbicides, dandelions could be considered an exception. Even the smallest fragment of root will regenerate and with the production of hundreds of seeds from each plant the…

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Foraging Rules

Originally posted on The Loony Gardener:
Foraging – getting your food from the wild.  Sounds adventurous, romantic, and it’ll save you money.  So let’s get out and pick some stuff….. For the most part of mankind’s history, that’s just what…

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Dandelions

Originally posted on changinglifestyleblog:
Taraxacum is a large genus of flowering plants in the Family Asteraceae. They are native to Eurasia and two species are found worldwide. They have very small flowers (florets) collected together into a composite flower head.…

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Wild food

Today is Wild Foods Day. My fellow blogger Gerry at ScienceLens tells us about learning to live off the land. Gerry’s enthusiasm for blackberries rings true to me, here in Britain, celebrating the Month of the Bramble. Thoughts about wild … Continue reading

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