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Grass, the Forgiveness of Nature

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What is the most important plant in the world? In terms of nutritive content, function within the ecosystem, and even medicinal properties, the answer to this question may very well be grass. In this wide-ranging survey of grass forages and pastureland, Charles Walters makes the case that grass is not just for cows and horses that in fact it is the most nutritious food pro ...more
Paperback, 303 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Acres USA
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An excellent examination on the qualities of grass for health -- of plants, animals, humans... and the planet. Near mythological properties of grass grown on really fertile soil (now only a memory). Trees are put to shame by grasses!
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