The Teal Plant Pot: The most potent weed killer ever created

A Teal plant can produce a powerful weed killer.

The Irish Times has the story of the world’s first weed killer that is the world first plant to be cultivated with the help of the Teal family.

The Teal Pot was developed by Irish chemist James Teal, who has spent the last 40 years trying to understand the genetics of plants, the environment, and the behaviour of their animals.

He says the Teals first invention was the “teal pot” from which the weed killer is derived.

Its made from a combination of the alkaloid tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, and a chemical known as the glycoside of cannabidiol, or CBD.

The herb is said to have medicinal properties and to help people control their anxiety, mood and energy levels.

The most powerful weedkiller ever createdThe Teals herb was discovered in 1972 by the Irish chemist in the garden of his home in Cork.

He named it after his favourite herb, the Tealy-root.

“We found that we could extract the THC from the plant and use it as a chemical,” he says.

“We found the way to do it was by heating the plant to around 50°C, which was around 100°F, and then putting the glycerine of cannibidiol into it.”

“I had an old man from a dairy farmer from Wicklow who was an avid gardener and who had come over from the United States and was a huge fan of cannabis.

He was the one who invented the idea of heating the cannabis to about 100°C to make it stronger.”

I gave him some of the seeds and he started experimenting with the plant.

“He found that when he gave the plant THC and put it in a glass jar and put the lid on it and let it cool, the THC would evaporate and the glycersin would form and make a strong chemical.”

It worked so well that in 1974 he came back to Ireland and started experimenting in his garden.

“In 1977 he gave a presentation at a conference of the International Cannabis Plant Society.

The whole of the scientific community thought that it was amazing.”

But in 1978 he went back to his family and his father, and told them what had happened.”‘

The world’s oldest plant’James Teal was a scientist and chemist who was born in Co. Clare and died in 1980 in the US.

He studied at the University of Illinois, and later was an associate professor at the California Institute of Technology in Berkeley, California.

He was awarded a PhD from the University and is known for his work on the genetics and behaviour of plants.

He has also published papers in the medical literature, including one which showed that cannabis plants were not more likely to attack a mosquito, but more likely rather to be able to withstand the attacks of insects.

His cannabis plants are among the oldest plants on the planet, having been created in Ireland more than 150 years ago.

The gardener has used them to control pests in the gardens of his family, and has even been known to use them in his work to reduce malaria.”

The gardening world is a really good place,” he said.”

People love plants, and I love plants.

They are a wonderful thing.

“My parents raised me on the idea that they could make plants and I could be part of that world.”

They gave me this wonderful idea that the world would be better off if I was the first gardener to have the world record.

“To be the first, to have a garden record that was recognised, and to have my garden record be recognised by the Guinness Book of Records is a real honour.”

He said the most important thing was that the plants were safe to grow in the soil.

“You need to know how to grow them in the correct conditions,” he explained.

“If you have a problem with a leaf, you need to put some clay on it so it doesn’t fall down and get into your garden.

You don’t want to plant something where you can’t see it.”

This plant will do that, so that’s what we’re trying to do.””

The plants are a lot safer than the leaves are.

They can tolerate temperatures up to 100° Celsius.

“They can tolerate anything you put on them.”

Dr. James Teale was born and raised in Co Cork, but his family moved to New York in the early 1950s, where he worked as a gardener in a hospital.

In 1964, he moved to California, where his son, Robert, also worked in the hospital.

They stayed in California for 20 years before returning to Ireland.

Dr Teale then travelled around the world, starting with the US, and became involved in the research of cannabis in Ireland.

“One of the main things I’ve done in the last 30 years is try to understand what happens to plants after they’ve been grown, and