This is a couple of undomesticated or feral plants, generally considered weeds, yet having some results or uses, often being ideal as companion plants in gardens. You can read more about it or can purchase real marijuana online by visiting our website.
Complete List of All Beneficial Weeds
Beneficial weeds can accomplish numerous roles in the garden or yard, including fertilizing the soil, increasing moisture, acting as shelter or living mulch, repelling pests, attracting beneficial insects, or serving as food or other resources for human beings.
- Blackberry-blackberries are delicious, and their prickles can form a barrier against some larger pest mammals
- Burdock-roots are edible (as are the stalks, but specially the young leaves)
- Chickweed (Stellaria media)-used in salads and likewise as ground cover
- Cornflower-various colours; could be served as edible garnish to decorate salads.
- Flatweed-leaves are edible raw, while roots are edible after being roasted
- Horsetail-primeval plant that’s high in silica; tops are incredibly similar to & could possibly be eaten like
- Lamb’s quarters-leaves and shoots, raw, also prevents erosion, also distracts leaf miners from local crops
- Nettle-young leaves collected before flowering used as a tea or spinach substitute. Plants have use as compost material or for fibre.
- Purslane-prepared raw for salads or sautéed
- Shepherd’s purse-leaves are edible and frequently sautéed or blanched
- Watercress-can be eaten raw or cooked; is known as a weed in a few cultures (caution required when harvesting
- wild as a result of the opportunity of contracting potentially fatal liver fluke)
Habitat for beneficial insects
Wild blackberry-attracts predatory insects, and produces berries
Joe-Pye weed-habitat for pollinators and predatory insects
Aster-habitat predatory insects
Normal grass could be utilised as ground cover, especially in nitrogenous soils.
Trap crops draw potential pests from using the crop intended for cultivation.
Cowpea-attracts ladybird beetle, so planting around cotton fields protects them from sucking insects. It serves as source of food and niche.