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  • uh, how are you going to not eat it if you use it to treat cough? I wouldn't bother with it at all, just eat the cherries and use the other herbs for cough. a lot of things can be made safe with treatment, but the price tag on a mistake is too high. Christine -----Original Message----- From: Thomas Avery Garran tag.plantgeek@^$1 [pfaf] To: pfaf Sent: Fri, Mar 4, 2016 3:22 am...
    Infowolf1@... Mar 4, 2016
  • ...get down on our property, what works for us, can work, as well, for other farmers, and people. I am determined ! Linda From: " Infowolf1@^$2 [pfaf]" < pfaf@^$3 > To: pfaf@^$4 Sent: Monday, February 8, 2016 1:31 AM Subject: Re: [pfaf] Re: rainwater, or lack of...
    Infowolf1@... Feb 8, 2016
  • ...get down on our property, what works for us, can work, as well, for other farmers, and people. I am determined ! Linda From: " Infowolf1@^$2 [pfaf]" < pfaf@^$3 > To: pfaf@^$4 Sent: Monday, February 8, 2016 1:31 AM Subject: Re: [pfaf] Re: rainwater, or lack of...
    Infowolf1@... Feb 8, 2016
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  • try digging trenches for the water to pile into lessen the load on the rest of the ground and around the house, if there is the slightest tilt not dead flat use this to help redirect drainage. Won't do much but something is better than nothing. Try to find mosquito eating critters to bring into the farm and neighborhood. Check water pools for anything that wiggles away from the...
    Infowolf1@... Feb 7, 2016
  • https://search.yahoo.com/search?p=Arisaemh+Tortuosum&fr=yset_ie_syc_oracle&type=orcl_default answer might be in one of these articles. Christine -----Original Message----- From: purple_iris55@^$1 [pfaf] To: pfaf Sent: Sun, Aug 30, 2015 12:55 pm Subject: [pfaf] Arisaemh Tortuosum I found one lying on the ground in a wooded area of a hospital I'm at in Chelsea, MI...I thought the...
    Infowolf1@... Aug 30, 2015
  • ...looks like something from Ateracea a composite flower, growth not unlike Conyza......(previous Erigeron) Geir Flatabø 2013/9/22 < Infowolf1@^$1 > [ Attachment(s) from Infowolf1@^$2 included below] It takes both the lowlying forms and the tall scraggly forms, the flower...
    Infowolf1@... Sep 22, 2013
  • It takes both the lowlying forms and the tall scraggly forms, the flower at the top is the same a little flat puffy thing.
    Infowolf1@... Sep 22, 2013
  • ...locate them by typing in such words into the search engine line. Have tried the full phrase then the key words. --- In pfaf@^$1 , Infowolf1@^$2.. wrote: > > Those posts here on plants without chlorophyll, arrived just > in time to get my attention. > > http://politicallyunclassifiable...
    Infowolf1@... Aug 27, 2013
  • ...above also applies to everything I read. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. Andru Vallance On 26/08/2013, at 19:16, Infowolf1@^$1 wrote: Those posts here on plants without chlorophyll, arrived just in time to get my attention. I speculate that one or more...
    Infowolf1@... Aug 27, 2013
  • Those posts here on plants without chlorophyll, arrived just in time to get my attention. I speculate that one or more of them hitched a ride here on a flying saucer from Mars, because an astronomer back in the 1950s (can't recall where I got this) spotted the kind of spectra in light from Mars, that is typical of plants that are not green. I was writing my book that went up on...
    Infowolf1@... Aug 26, 2013