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  Slide45.jpg - Sometimes plants that grow in the wild, and could be considered weeds or invasive, like amaranthus, are actually plants that have great food value, are beneficial for the soil, and they re-seed themselves.  
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22 May 2013
Sometimes plants that grow in the wild, and could be considered weeds or invasive—like amaranthus—are actually plants that have great food value, are beneficial for the soil, and can re-seed themselves.

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