Thursday, June 19, 2008

Japanese Knotweed

Anyone who notices this plant will know a pest..but did u know you can eat it?

HABITAT: Japanese knotweed grows on disturbed soil, along roadsides and riverbanks, in other moist areas, and in fields. Often displacing other plants and difficult to eradicate, it’s so tasty that some municipalities have surrendered, and hold annual Japanese knotweed festivals instead.

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