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Edible Chicory for lawn/pasture/biomass?

 
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I was looking into different things to do with my lawn and I came across a pic of forage field of chicory being mowed by a farmer and it looked like a lawn and was wondering if anyone has tried it with more tasty perennial varieties? I thought it might contribute to my dream of no grass and minimal/no mowing but make biomass if I want it.
 
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I have not, but I like this idea. I may try it myself.
 
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