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A $1,200 Acre of Crimson Winter Rhubarb

A single acre of ground will grow $1,200 worth of crimson winter rhubarb, the roots of which may be planted in such a way that the leaves almost cover the surface of the earth. The stalks are reproduced as fast as they are pulled, so that the crop is continuous. The plant does not thrive unless it is permitted to bear throughout the season.

A $1,200 Acre of Crimson Winter Rhubarb

This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 2 Chapter 6