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Nature is turning on big agriculture
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03-14-2019 11:40 PM

 



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Nature is turning on big agriculture
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And I'm okay with it.
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03-14-2019 11:43 PM

 



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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
Something like (palmer) amaranth, for instance. It's a rather useful plant, but of course, if you've sold your soul (and soil) to promote and produce that stuff you might disagree.
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03-14-2019 11:44 PM

 



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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
https://agfaxweedsolutions.com/2018/07/1...some-weed/

I find it amazing that people insist on ignoring its suitability and usefulness.
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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
But hey, that's how you learn. When your homogenous garbage fails.
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03-15-2019 01:00 AM

 



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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
The leaves, stems and seeds of Palmer amaranth, like those of other amaranths, are edible and highly nutritious. Palmer amaranth was once widely cultivated and eaten by Native Americans across North America, both for its abundant seeds and as a cooked or dried green vegetable.
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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
 Tardis  team  Wrote: (03-15-2019 01:00 AM)
The leaves, stems and seeds of Palmer amaranth, like those of other amaranths, are edible and highly nutritious. Palmer amaranth was once widely cultivated and eaten by Native Americans across North America, both for its abundant seeds and as a cooked or dried green vegetable.

And, it is clearly well adjusted for those conditions, incredibly robust too, incredibly efficient.

That's why, it's a useless weed.
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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2019 11:43 PM)
Something like (palmer) amaranth, for instance. It's a rather useful plant, but of course, if you've sold your soul (and soil) to promote and produce that stuff you might disagree.

Oh sorry, "that stuff" being typical homogenized crops such as soy, wheat and corn.
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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
https://www.treehugger.com/lawn-garden/e...weeds.html

...you know all of the stuff round up is intended to kill

“To The States, or any one of them, or any city of The States, Resist much, obey little; Once unquestioning obedience, once fully enslaved; Once fully enslaved, no nation, state, city, of this earth, ever afterward resumes its liberty.” --Walt Whitman
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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
Ain't that a sight for sore eyes..

[Image: bondades-amaranto.png]

Its seeds are sold on most street corners here, and the body of the Aztec war god was made from them as well. Good stuff.

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They will come in their shining ships to conquer and destroy,
Barbarians of gold and feathers and serpents of fire.
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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
prosthetic brain  Wrote: (03-15-2019 01:05 AM)
https://www.treehugger.com/lawn-garden/e...weeds.html

...you know all of the stuff round up is intended to kill

Yeah I know. People generally consider anything they don't explicitly know about (thanks to huge amounts of misinformation, propaganda, etc) as useless weeds.
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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
http://eattheweeds.com/
http://pfaf.org/

Get educated. There are also really good ways to identify plants these days, with what I guess are image recognition apps, aside from the vast amount of knowledge available these days.
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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
btw , how about chia ? one of the most nutritious seeds known to man , easy to grow that requires no pesticides whatsoever . it should be grown in areas with a long season with full sun and moderately sandy soil aka desert like conditions. it also thrives in fire ravaged areas <cough > california .

[Image: grow-chia-seeds.jpg]

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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
prosthetic brain  Wrote: (03-15-2019 01:15 AM)
btw , how about chia ? one of the most nutritious seeds known to man , easy to grow that requires no pesticides whatsoever . it should be grown in areas with a long season with full sun and moderately sandy soil aka desert like conditions. it also thrives in fire ravaged areas <cough > california .

link to image: https://www.naturallivingideas.com/wp-co...-seeds.jpg

Yeah chia is pretty good, it grows incredibly easily, mint family though so it spread really quickly too.
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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
My dogs ran all over my chia plants though, which annoyed me.
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RE: Nature is turning on big agriculture
Purslane is a nice weed too, quite unique in that it contains the highest levels of melatonin for leafy greens or whateve. Grows anywhere, very robust, has some surprising nutritional properties. Some nutsedge instead of grass, sh*t like that.
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