|Speed||0.0 kph (Sessile)|
|Social Structure||Large groups (groves)|
|Homeworld||Hellas (Dagudashaag 1416)|
Physiology and ecology
The plant is remarkable in that in thrives at the low temperatures on Hellas.
History and background
It is harvested on and exported from Hellas (Dagudashaag 1416) for its nutritious seeds. Tens of millions of plants are grown on the world producing millions of tons of seeds exported to the food markets of Ushra (Dagudashaag 1016) each year. The seeds are processed to yield high quality protein meat-substitute as well as a nutrient supplement. The seeds are also eaten whole as part of salads, stews, soups and sauces.