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Oh, No, Not Knotweed!

• arclein

I tried a few different approaches: Yanking it out stalk by stalk was a sweaty, summer-long game of whack-a-mole- thankless full-time job. Then a friend and I spent one long night digging a 10-by-4-foot trench, lining it with black contractor bags, and refilling it with dirt. It looked like we were trying to bury something, and in a way we were: the knotweed rhizomes-the plant's creeping rootstalks-under our feet, searching for a ray of light.

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"Japanese knotweed is an excellent source of resveratrol, the chemical compound found in grapes–except Japanese knotweed contains high concentrations of trans-resveratrol, the active form of the compound most useful to the body. Japanese knotweed is quickly becoming the preferred source of resveratrol." - --- Youtube search on "David Sinclair, Joe Rogan" to see that resveratrol is part of the anti-aging program that really works.

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