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Sunroots wildish!? Highly prolific..

 
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I have a ton of sunroots(yes probably 2000 lbs) that I have been building up over the last 3 years that I believe started out as stampede but are getting smoother with time.  I do not really fertilize(animals in my systems) or water... just mulch choppindrop!  Northwest Ohio!  I have a lot of wild sunroofs around me so I suspect I have some wild genetics..

Anyone interested in them let me know what you have to offer!!!
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What are you looking for in exchange for a few nice roots? I have lots available to trade or could pay perhaps. Any particular plants your looking for?
 
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Welcome to Permies Joshua!  PM sent.
 
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Welcome, Joshua!

Where are you located?

Incidentally, if you wanted to avoid that question every time you post something where your location is relevant, you could fill out the relevant portion of your profile. We don't need GPS coordinates, as some have posted, but if you could give us at least your hardiness zone and state/province or country, and maybe elevation, that would be excellent.

We have another thread going here about how people ask for advice that is site-dependent, but don't fill out there location information. It would save a lot of time to just have that info up under your name.

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