OH MOST DEFINITELY!<br><br>And to grow such a plant anywhere near farmland<br>can get you sentenced to Death By Boondi!!!! <--joke <br><br>Seriously! Mixed it with any crop it's horrible<br>but particularly when the green plants are to be harvested <br>and stored for winter silage (animal feed)<br><br>Besides, <br>another common name is "stink-week" also a well earned name <br>The flowers has a luscious lemon scent when wafting on the evening breeze,<br>by merely rubbing against the foliage releases a nauseating aroma! <br><br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green>
_________________________ . "...or am I a butterfly dreaming she's a woman?"
OK here's some authentic D70 shots...<br><br>Giant lathe cutting rail grooves in a 150 ft. machine frame<br><br><br>Finished custom 150 ft. machine <br><br><br>New custom dual head robotic Plasma system cutting 1" thick plate steel like butter<br><br><br><br><br>Our company exhibited at a huge industrial trade show in Germany. While there I snapped a few pics...<br><br>Friend's house Hannover Germany<br><br><br>And we visited Zurich...<br><br><br>Swans ganging up on a duck in Zurich...<br><br><br>Oh yeah...my boy getting a well deserved shot of Gatorade after recovering a fumble and running it to the opponent's 5 yard line then as he was getting tackled lateraling the ball to his team mate for the TD.<br><br><br><br><br><br>
I got an undergraduate degree in botany and studied datura as a side project. It grows wild on the small islands around Woods Hole where I grew up and my dad grew it in the backyard.<br><br>Fun Fact: Why was it called Jimson weed? From Jamestown weed. The british soldiers who were barracked there were unable to get food from the townsfolk so they ended up eating datura. One report: the soldiers stripped themselves naked and danced in the street blowing feathers in the air. The belladonna series of alkaloids which are in the deadly nightshade family (includes potato) is very concentrated in datura.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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