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Re: plant id [3 Attachments]

No good picture of flowers,, but I second a Guava, - leathery - opposite foliated.... small bush... Geir Flatabø 2015-11-20 19:27 GMT+01:00 merrett
Geir Flatabø
Nov 21

Re: plant id

Could be strawberry guava? Javier Cosp Paraguay To: pfaf@yahoogroups.com From: pfaf@yahoogroups.com Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2015 19:35:10 +0000 Subject: RE: [pfaf]
Javier Cosp Fontclara
Nov 20

Re: plant id [3 Attachments]

It might be a species of Calotropis, possibly C. procera, the Apple of Sodom, and if so is inedible. http://cooltemperate.co.uk Cool Temperate Postal Address:
phil corbett
Nov 20

plant id

hello all,can anyone id this tree ,are these fruits edible?thanks,peace francis
Nov 20
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FS: Books by Masanobu Fukuoka

Natural Way of Farming One Straw Revolution Road Back to Nature All paperback and in good condition. £25 including P&P. Would prefer to sell all three
Nov 2

Sloe - Blackthorn

dear pfaf list can you tell me which chemicals make the sloe so astringent ? "the fruit has been frosted it loses some of its astringency" and why freezing
heath bunting
Oct 20

regarding is gm a natural process;

dear all, thankyou for the information you provided on the subject,contrary to popular opinion it probably seems likely that natural/cosmic  forces  can
Sep 20

Re: gm foods

Wow! what an excellent article. Thank you. Can I use this the next time somebody claims GMOs are like hybrids and if so who do I credit? Frank ... Wow! what
Frank Woolf
Sep 18

Re: gm foods

*Nature also has millions of ways for plants, bacteria, fungi, animals and insects to form symbiotic relationships but they don’t become * *part of each
Andru Vallance
Sep 18

Re: gm foods

This is what agrobacterium does. It inserts its own genes into the plant and forces the plant to produce metabolites for the bacteria. Eventually the plant
Sep 17

gm foods

The natural ancestors of our fruit and veggie plants are so much different from our modern day vegetables. Sometimes a cross between related species occurs
gail raby
Sep 17

Re: gm foods

I don’t need to see it to know it is total garbage probably put out by the GMO companies. Nature has never put genes of bacteria, fish, animals, etc into
Frank Woolf
Sep 16

Re: gm foods

A natural process that occurs in nature between bacteria and viruses normally found in the host organism and that organism is not the same as injecting DNA
Fenris Wolf
Sep 16

gm foods

hello all, please read this and decide for yourselves, would love to hear some argumentsto the contrary,..in short,(nature made gm crops before the
Sep 16

Re: Edible Perennials: 50 Top perennials from Plants For A Future [1

Hi All, Regards 'Plants for a Future', please may I please provide a heads-up to readers for awareness that some, many, or almost all of the Plants, Seeds,
Christopher McCOY
Sep 13
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