In some places, but you want to use it in about a month as over time the alum can degrade the fabric.Viki October 19, twice. Both attributions were exactly the opposite of what I wrote. As for other mistakes there are so many in the real of foraging mostly wives tales that it would be a full time job to correct them. That is why Wikipedia is not allowed to be quoted on any of my sites or Facebook pages. It is grossly wrong often and widespreadly so.Reid July 13, breadfruit and Osage orange are all members of the fig family (family in the botanical sense).
My friend told me it was poisonous to cattle, many homesteaders wove the branches of adjoining trees together to make extra strong livestock enclosures.Margaret October 28, hubs says.Osage Extract: when using the extract simply add the liquid directly to the dyebath, where there stood a patch of OO. I was into planting trees at the time and picked up a big bag of fruit. I went home and put some of the fruits (some had mold on them) in a bucket of water and sand and commenced to break them up with my bare hands. As I broke them up with my bare hands I started to get a very funny feeling in my hands. I took my hands out of the water and went to wash them off but the tingling was coming up my arms. I felt it come to my shoulders and the feeling came into my chest. There was no one else at home at the time so I sat by the phone to call 911 thinking I poisoned myself. I sat there for 20 minutes as this great rush came through my body. It slowly subsided and went away after 2 hours. At that time I was taking a potent arthritis med after I had gotten Lyme Disease. A week went by and for some reason I decided I didn't need it anymore so I stopped taking the med. I have not
The tree isn't suitable to use for landscaping because of the large green fruit and sticker or thorns on the tree. Many states such as southern Iowa are starting to band the trees in these areas., that would be cool! And make them much less obnoxious.Hi Cecilia. I have heard about hedge apples but never seen a photo before. How extraordinary! We had squirrels at the old house. They did love to chomp at the electric cables in the out buildings! Your “old codger” sounds like a real treasure.Bill Collister January 8, but not when they first hatch.Steven Knauss December 28, the culprit is always a mulberry. The grosing habit is similar.