Grow your Own SuperFood ~ Chia

Chia ~ Growing, Harvesting and Saving Chia Seed.

Grow your Own ChiaAn experiment in expanding store bought Chia proves the value of saving seed you buy to expand exponentially your Chia Seed Sovereignty.

A short video showing the success we had with our small Chia crop, I hope it inspires you to sow more seed, even if it’s just for the Bee’s and the local Ecology.

Seed Sovereignty is pivotal to our Freedoms and Cultural traditions, our health and Well-Being. Being dependent on Commercial/Corporate supermarkets for food is extremely unhealthy, costly and soon we may not have the option.

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Growing the Chia was really easy, I just threw the seed on prepared composted ground, lightly mulched, watered daily and up it came. As it grows feed with some natural organic fertilizer, keep well watered and harvest when the flowers dry.. When you harvest the seed, much of it falls back to the ground so I cover the seed with the leftovers from the harvest stage, the stalks and flowers, and then up she comes again. This next crop I use as a green manure crop only and put all that energy back into the Earth before flowers set in and the process is repeated.

Chia seeds are a superfood treasure ~ If you’re looking to boost your nutritional intake, look no further than the humble chia seed

Super Food: Chia Seed ~ Aztecs, Incans and Mayans often used it for its medicinal force and as a major source of energy. The word “chia” meant “strength” to the Mayans, and messengers would often carry a pouch of the tiny brown and black seeds along with them on extended journeys.

Chia Seed Uses: 10 Surprising Ways To Use Nature’s Superfood ~ Chia seeds are a wholesome source of protein, manganese, and phosphorus, and are an ideal option for vegans, vegetarians and people with gluten allergies. Aztecs, Incans and Mayans often used it for its medicinal force and as a major source of energy. The word “chia” meant “strength” to the Mayans, and messengers would often carry a pouch of the tiny brown and black seeds along with them on extended journeys.ChiaOneSong Gardens is A living breathing Permaculture Food Forest in Co-Creation, regenerating the outmoded, healing the Earth as we heal ourselves.

Inlakesh

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