Introduction to Herbalism – Harvesting Techniques – Quiz

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Introduction to Herbalism - Harvesting Techniques - Quiz
You'll need to correctly answer at least 8 of the 10 questions below (at least 80%) to progress to the next lesson.
Question #1: It is okay to pick 20-25% of an herbal stand.
Question #2: Pick all you desire, more will grow.
Question #3: It is okay to pick protected plants, but just take a little.
Question #4: Bees love anglica, hyssop, calendula, borage and peppermint.
Question #5: Roots should be harvested in the Spring and Fall.
Question #6: Gather leaves at any time in the growth cycle.
Question #7: Collect herbs in damp or rainy weather.
Question #8: Biennials, which require two growing seasons in which to go from seed to seed, such as parsnips and anise, should be cut about halfway down.
Question #9: Store seeds in a cool dark spot until needed. Keep your seeds dry.
Question #10: Before gathering any herbs, study the environment. Is it healthy or diseased? Is the environment chemically safe? Do not take from contaminated habitats, from the side of roads or the surrounding area of factories and other blemishes on the landscape, which may have tainted the earth. Remember that the plant stores the energy and air of the environment. If the area is polluted, then the herb is most likely also contaminated.