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Hey!

Found this great video on dandelions. Hope you find it as interesting as I did.



 
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Dandelions benefit the soil too. They bring up minerals from deep in the soil just like Comfrey does.

Most Dandelions only send roots down about 3 to 5 feet though due to the geology.
http://www.cleanair.pima.gov/more/FourLayersSoil.html

I think the world record Dandelion height was around 6 feet tall too.

Great post thumbs up!
 
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