Jacob 5 Zenos' Allegory of The Olive Trees - Horticulturists Perspective

Jake Taylor, a horticulturist who has studied plant genetics, gives us a unique perspective on Zenos' Allegory of the Tame and Wild Olive Trees.

- The Allegory seems to be describing trees that become diseased.

- The process of grafting is explained.

- Why do branches need to be "burned?"


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