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Linseed (linen) Flax still growing on Christmas eve in Canada!

Flax was once grown across the northern hemisphere for 30,000 YEARS for its fiber and its seed. It grows from Egypt to Finand. It was used for a staggering variety of products, from linseed putty, to keep glass in windows, to linolenum for floors to animal feed, sprouted greens for people and of course, fiber for linen cloth and lace. Suddenly, in a blink of an eye (about 70 years) hardly anyone knows how to grow the stuff. Lets bring it back and find new uses for this remarkable plant! The first stage of knowing this beautiful plant is growing it.
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