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The MARIJUA.....i mean.......cannabis sativa, indica, and ruderalis.
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Easily Marijuana.
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tater's and snap beans.

oops that's two.
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Potato..

Sorry... I prefer to answer a question with just one word.

So, you've been married quite a while have you?
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Go with the Three Sisters.
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Amaranth, gives carbs and protein is disease resistant and grows like crazy
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On small amounts of land? Potato is easily a high calorie value per acre crop.
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I think beans would be the best "one crop only" choice.

The plant is relatively small and will go from seedling to full size quick, shortening the wait period before harvest.
Bean plants give back some nutrients to the soil (tilling the plant increases nitrogen levels), helping next year's crop.
The plant can be consumed as sprouts.
The bean can be eaten fresh, or dried then cooked later.
Dried beans have excellent shelf life.
Beans do not require vigourous water intake.
One plant can provide enough seeds for following season.
Beans are healthy, and a good source of protein.

Of course there is that little gas thing...
I'm going with this one here. Beans are where it's at. And I will add that they can be ground into flour.

Of course, if you grew marijuana, you could use it to barter for anything. But then again, you would draw attention to yourself and be a target once the word got out.
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