The Secret Things Inside Bassia scoparia

TBassia scoparia is a large annual herb growing to 0.3 in the family Amaranthacege native to Eurasia. It produce flower in September, and the seeds ripen in October, and are pollinated by the wind. It is suitable for growing in sandy and loamy soils with the average pH of acid, neutral and basic soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It prefers moist soil. The plant can abide strong winds but not maritime exposure. It has been introduced to many parts of North America, where it is found in grassland, prairie, and desert shrub ecosystems. Its common names include burningbush, ragweed, summer cypress, mock-cypress, kochia, belvedere, Mexican firebrush, and Mexican fireweed.
The seeds are used for food like garnish texture is similar to caviar, and it define “land caviar, or field caviar.” It might also use for glossy, greenish black seeds are dried, boiled, soaked, and then rubbed by hand to remove the skin.

Bassia scoparia