AdrienneHew Posts: 55 ✭✭✭
edited July 9 in Plants, Seeds, & Roots

Thanks so much, @Marjory Wildcraft , for the video on leucaena. I live at the foot of Parker ranch in Hawaii where it’s called haole (non-native) koa and there’s a lot on my property. I’ve been feeding it to my goats as it was planted here for livestock. Didn’t recall the nitrogen fixing properties. Didn’t even know it was edible doe humans. Will be transplanting keiki volunteers to more strategic areas. So useful. Thanks again!!


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