The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Re: Indian Potato ;-)
Posted By: heidi
In Response To: Re: Groundnut, a/k/a Indian Potato, Wild Bean, Hopniss (OJoan)
Great! Thanks for this, Joan.
Peterson gives a similar huge range, which I begin to think means "where it CAN grow" rather than "where it DOES grow." Two to three years doesn't seem long (think of fruit-bearing trees - heck, vineyards!) if the plants would survive a rotating, partial harvest of the roots, or even rotating full harvest. There are similar methods used for wild-harvest food.
Hmph. Thanks again, I'm going to pursue this. Not that potato farmers everywhere are shaking in their furrows! ;-D
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heidi -- Thursday, 16 July 1998, at 10:36 a.m.
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