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    Wood Sorrels

    by Benjamin Lord | June 14th 2016
    Many people who profess to know nothing about wild plants forget that they enjoyed eating wood sorrel…
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Consider the soil that underlies our forests and fields and on which all life depends. Soil accumulates as leaves, twigs, branches, and other debris fall, are buried, and decompose into smaller bits. Ants – along with earthworms, mites, nematodes, and fungi – break down large scraps and accelerate soil formation by mixing subsoil with the organic material on the forest floor.
—Aaron M. Ellison and Elizabeth J. Farnsworth, "Wonderful Woodland Ants," Summer 2012