Also known as southern huauzontle or pitseed goosefoot.
|Habit/Size||May easily self-seed. Manage to prevent spread.|
|Germination||Best directly sown in spring.|
|Uses||edible*(flowers, leaves, seeds), medicinal*, utility (dye, soap)|
|Notes||Seeds must be blanched in water several times before consuming to remove toxins. Leaves are best harvested when young.|
|Breed Status||Open Pollinated|
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