The only thing I have heard of is that you don't harvest all of any plant in
an area. Its best to keep moving around as you go instead of working a
careful effecient square like a modern farmer. I am not sure about camas but
I know a lot of wild edibles are very weather dependant so praying for a
warm spring with just enough moisture is the best way to insure a good crop.
The chokecherries were still green in August in Eastern Idaho this year.
On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 8:07 PM, <mdrougas@???> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have recurring thoughts on Camas harvesting. After an area is harvested,
> how do you assure it's re growth. Would the Indians plant the flower head or
> remove the seeds from the flower???? Something else I suppose, but what????
> Thanks in advance and Merry Christmas everyone.
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