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I KNOW! Toil, I'm so addicted to this forum for that very reason. :wink:
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Now I am wondering... Is there any way to acquire seeds for weeds mentioned in "Weeds, Guardians of the Soil", other than the ones usually sold as cover crops?

For a small time gardener like me, it makes sense to just collect them in the field. But a farmer looking to improve a large plot, say, with seed bombs with helpful weeds, how would he go about it?

This is hypothetical, I'll probably never get to have a farm.
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Ha!

I was checking for heirlooms on bountiful gardens, and they have some beneficial plants. Not weeds, per se, but looks handy.

Fenugreek is one, for busting up soil.
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