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Sausage Fest Peru (more pics inside)

I love this monstrose peruvianus, I like to call it sausage fest, for obvious reasons :lol:

This isn't witches broom as I've had the comment often. Some close-up porn after the rain:

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MeanGreen's Ethnobotanical Garden

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Haha, the little seedling on the left is poplar I think, I pull those out as they have aggressive roots.

But I did start cover-cropping some of my cacti with crimson clover, white clover, alfalfa, mustard, phacelia and tares.

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I use this mix on leafy plants and it makes a great mulch & compost, innoculates the soil with N-fixing bacteria, helps soil structure, fights bad nematodes, and is a first line of defense against pests.

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