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I am interested in this three/shrub because of some health problems, for health food. It looks like the shrub was planted in BC a lot, because it has very long roots and fixes the soil. Here is a link to a book with some pictures:

Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you

i agree. lets stick to fishing!

In my opinion they are ok, about the same thing with the girls on your photo... ;good to know a place for the night before fishing; if somebody saw somewhere on a shore a seabuckthorn doesn't hurt to know about it;


just gonna throw this out there but u could use it as bait if you were stranded on an island and nothing to use as bait.... doubt you would catch anything though

A nice fishing season to you too!
I have to confess that watching the calendar my attention was totally distracted away from those great fishing rods.
I'l have a second look to see what kind of gear is there.
I remember something wireless...

Lets stick to fishing here

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