Would It Be Ok to Sift the Dirt and Eat a Small Amount

Abby Seales added on July 31, 2014 | Answered

Just perennial plants.

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Answered on July 31, 2014

Ingesting a small amount of dirt is not dangerous, as long as the dirt does not contain any contaminants or poison like herbicide or pesticide. I don't think it matters if the dirt is sifted or not. However, routinely feeling the desire to eat dirt is probably something one should talk to a physician about. BTW, in gardening circles, "zone" refers to the USDA hardiness zone in which you live. This article tells you more about that:

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