The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Identifying Lambs Quarters..a/k/a Chenopodium album L.
Posted By: OJoan
In Response To: Regarding Lambs Quarters.. (Sarah)
The leaves are 'more triangular,' as you say, technically
The main stem has grooves on it, and the top of the plant
It was once a European forage plant (Lois was asking about those)
There is a cousin plant, Oak-leaved Goosefoot, (Chenopodium glaucum L.)
Might be worth a closer examination to see what you really have.
BTW The Goosefoot Family includes not only these, but beets and spinach!
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Sarah -- Monday, 15 June 1998, at 12:06 p.m.
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