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I found a cool article about the development and history of root crops.  it was a great read so I am sharing it.

http://www.common-place.org/vol-11/no-03/shields/

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very interesting but fell short in the Jer Art area
 
Blueberry pie is best when it is firm and you can hold in your hand. Smell it. And smell this tiny ad:
Binge on 17 Seasons of Permaculture Design Monkeys!
http://permaculture-design-course.com
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