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Nasturtiums and Cannabis

Posted by patmonk 10a%3A Sunset17 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 8, 13 at 17:32

To avoid Nasturtiums taking over my garden next year do I need to remove all the pods that fall to the ground.
Anyone interested in starting a Bay Area forum on home grown medicinal cannabis for personal use.


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RE: Nasturtiums and Cannabis

Yes, you should scoop up the seeds so that they don't sprout. The nasturtium seeds, that is.


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RE: Nasturtiums and Cannabis

There is something rather disjointed about this post. I wonder why.


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RE: Nasturtiums and Cannabis

The incongruity made me smile. No Nastys in with the Mary Jane! ;-D


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Looks like you never got a serious response about mmj. I'm a patient grower in so cal and would love to connect with other growers. Please let me know if you've had any other success in this regard. Thanks!


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RE: Nasturtiums and Cannabis

Nasti seeds are very tasty when fresh. You can also grind it like pepper corn and/or use it as mustard.

OTOH: What will happen if they grow back next season? They are not invasive at all. You can always pull them and eat them. After all , nastis do not produce gazillion seeds.


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RE: Nasturtiums and Cannabis

Yeah, I agree, I've never seen nasturtiums become invasive. I'd just leave them. They are easy to pull out if they do grow somewhere you don't want them to.

And as this is a country and world wide forum, they probably wouldn't allow a cannabis forum,because of legality issues, even if it's now legal to grow where you are.

Try looking elsewhere on line, I bet there are lots of forums around on that subject. Google is your friend, lol.


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