Some abundant growing wild plants have potential as a crop for their high nutritional qualities, good taste, high yields, historical usage, medicinal properties, building or handcraft material, resistance to herbicide...
photo of a bunch of wild Mora harvested in a tomato field in Quebec
For replacing green manure like buckwheat to kill quackgrass and all other weeds. This thing grow so fast and dense that it will shade out everything trying to grow underneath them. And these weeds are very easy to cut down for mulch or compost material before they attain seeding stage. By the way the seeds are extremely nutritious and where used by Amerindians for food.
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