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The post about squerils harvesting nuts made me think of an idea that I have been wondering about for a while

The Capiche Beatle in Mexico it's bad luck to kill the Capiche. They harvest the dry beans in boroughs, about 2 pounds in each hole. I think that if one were to place small containers under the ground and somehow promote the growth of more Capiche then the harvest could be done by little bugs. It may not be too efective but I would like to try it one day just to see.
 
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