I started reading a book, online, which I believe was written by Bill Best. It was about the history of agriculture in the Southern Appalachians. I remember reading about the development of corn and how lambsquarters were probably grown, as a staple, before that. Of course, it also deals with beans.
Anyway, I lost it and can't find it to pick up reading again. Anyone here know where I can look. Access was free. I was really enjoying it, got sidetracked, and now I can't find it.
zone 6b, rocky clay, slightly acidic soil, summers here are HOT, average first frost Oct 18, last average frost April 15. Temps here fluctuate wildly in the spring, fall and winter.