Nicole Alderman wrote:It appears I'm outnumbered here. I live in probably the darkest green area on that map, and those are definitely potato bugs!
I did a Google search and found this, Lamb’s Quarters? Pigweed? Scientific Names, Please!.
In this picture from that blog post,
‘Chenopodium album’ is in hand, on the left (which we usually call lambsquarters, though some call it pigweed! or goosefoot) and ‘Amaranthus retroflexus’ is on the right, (which we usually call pigweed around here).
Chris Kott wrote:Hi Jocelyn.
The outer layer of Tesla's solar roofing tile is glass, isn't it? I hadn't thought about it that way, but that's genius.
If you take a look at Tesla's new solar roofing tile and start counting the possibility of stacking the functions of roof cladding, cleaner rain water capture, and power generation, you might be a Permie.