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This is a group of identifying herbs, tubers, trees, and funguses. There will also be info on medicinal, culinary, and spiritual usage.
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A video catalog of edible wild plants:
We did companion planting always. What the Extension Office recommended to all affected was sterilizing pots, shovels... all implements that touched that soil... then planting far from the area involved. We did that and planted 1/2 or so acre away. Those tomatoes met the same fate. Somehow, we transferred the virus. We had more success with container plantings (using only sterilized tools).
Just a second thought- if it's really a virus, one might try planting garlic alongside the tomatoes.
It very possibly is related to the new anti-herbal laws in the US.
And interesting, LW, a virus wiping out tomatoes in private gardens... I'd not heard about that.
I wonder what's next?
Does anyone know where i could get a caapi vine, and or seeds? I am wanting to learn how to make ayahuasca tea. All the sites online that offer to sell the live plants all say they are currently out of stock. I didnt know if it might have something to do with the laws in the united states. Any information would be great help.
i try to only plant edible, useful, waterwise plants trees, etc on the property, i feel useful that way :)
This was the best info (and simplest) I could find, terry:
At any rate, you're fairly safe from planting gmo seed unless you are growing soybeans, field corn, cotton or canola. There are no labelling laws, however. You can't be sure, due to the fact gmo genes migrate via air in any region they are deliberately planted. For instance, I live in an area with cotton farms (another nightmare planting story). I could not grow organic cotton here and know I am not getting gmo genes in my crop.
However, I regret not starting our garden 12 years ago using only seed exchange or heirlooms. By buying tomato plants at Lowe's and WalMart, we contaminated our soil with a virus that swept the country 5-6 years ago. Due to that virus, all our tomato plants now grow healthily till they have small green/turning red fruit on them... and then die completely in 2 days flat. We have sterilized containers, spades; imported soil to sometimes get a plant that lives and bears. But we can't grow tomatoes in our gardens otherwise.
The smartest thing to do is plant non-hybrid seed only. These are seeds you only buy once. They will bear crops with more viable seed forever if kept going. Big market seed is treated to decrease seed yield yearly. So you have to buy new seed yearly to guarantee a good crop. Here's the story and links to non-hybrid seed:
Het Brothers and Sisters,
Me and Lafaye are doing community gardens again this year. We had a big donation of seeds from the mayo company. Anyone know if they are gmo seeds? We want to do all organic and no gmo's. If anybody knows please let us know.. Couldn't find if they were or weren't on the internet. Thanks
Wow - eattheweeds.com looks like a great source of info. Just looked at the home page and the article about pine.
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