Our planet is constantly evolving and that means many plants have become extinct over the eons. Many more will follow. Instead of fighting against nature, we should be working with it in order to better sustain local ecosystems.
Garlic mustard has a very long history of use that dates back to the Stone Age. Archeologists from the University of York in the UK discovered that garlic mustard seeds were used as a seasoning 6,000 years ago.
All about saving seeds from a survival point of view and why we should consider doing so in the first place. Emphasis is on wild edible seeds. Did you know Lamb's Quarters produces 55,000 seeds per plant?
Saving survival seeds is one of things we can do for emergency preparedness, but what seeds are you saving? What if there is no rain to grow them? Wild plant seeds should be in your emergency seed stash.