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The ninth full moon of 2021 is the Harvest Moon, expected this year at 12.55am on September 21, which will be the closest full moon to the Autumn equinox. What time is the Harvest Moon 2021? The Harvest Moon will take place at 7:55 p.m. ET on Monday, September 20,Read More →

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The leaves of angelica are prepared as a tincture or tea and used to treat coughs, colds, bronchitis , and other respiratory complaints. They are considered gentler in action than preparations made from the root. The root is the most medically active part of the plant. What parts of angelicaRead More →

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Unripe hazelnuts are green while ripe ones are a chocolate brown or hazel color. … Ensure hazelnuts are of high quality by allowing them to ripen on the tree. Then harvest them before squirrels and other little critters steal them. Where are hazelnuts harvested? In California, you will find hazelnutsRead More →

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While usnea is technically edible, it isn’t particularly tasty and can cause some stomach upset if it isn’t leached properly. Where usnea really shines is with its amazing medicinal benefits! First and foremost, usnea is an immune system tonic and has powerful antibiotic and antiviral properties. What is usnea usedRead More →

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Thyme is an evergreen perennial, so leaves can be picked fresh all year round. However, the best time to pick thyme is in early summer, when the plant is at its most productive, before flowering. When should I harvest thyme? If the thyme is at least 4-5 inches across inRead More →

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Berries can be gathered faster using an animal such as a Bronto, Trike, Ankylo, or Stego. If berries are listed as preferred food for a creature, then this excludes both Narcoberries and Stimberries due to their special characteristics. What is the best berry gather in Ark? The Brontosaurus has theRead More →

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Why Is it Called the Harvest Moon? For several evenings, the moonrise comes soon after sunset. This results in an abundance of bright moonlight early in the evening, which was a traditional aide to farmers and crews harvesting their summer-grown crops. Hence, it’s called the “Harvest” Moon! Why is itRead More →