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Given the storage facilities found on the sites, it is conceivable that several years’ worth of maize was grown during the good years and used to get by during the seasons with crop failures. Land cleared for agricultural use can attract a variety of “pioneer annuals” that are edible and may have contributed to the dietary base on Black Mesa (Ford 1984). These plants, which include Chenopodium, Portulaca, and Amaranthus, are particularly attracted to newly cleared and planted plots of land. Older, abandoned fields attract Indian ricegrass and cactus, both of which are edible.
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