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Kilayim (kee-lay-eem) — Prohibition of mixing plants, inter-breeding animals or plants, grafting trees of two disparate types, or wearing clothing made of a mixture of linen and wool
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Introduction to Forbidden Mixtures (Kilayim)
Introduction to Forbidden Mixtures/Kilayim
The limits of kilayim keep: Individual creations true to...
Forbidden Mixtures (Kilayim): Planting in Earth
Kilayim: Planting in Eretz Yisrael
Do not plant two species of fruit or vegetable plants (and trees)...
Forbidden Mixtures (Kilayim): Planting in Pots
Kilayim: Planting in Pots outside of Eretz Yisrael
Outside of Eretz Yisrael, plants in pots are not subject to kilayim...
Kashrut: Kilayim
Kashrut: Kilayim
See Forbidden Mixtures (Kilayim): Plants .
Forbidden Mixtures (Kilayim): Planting in Pots
Kilayim: Planting in Pots in Eretz Yisrael
Within Eretz Yisrael , you may not plant disparate species in the...
Forbidden Mixtures (Kilayim): Grafting
Grafting When Kilayim
You may not: Graft two trees of different species together...
Introduction to Agriculture
Introduction to Agriculture
All of the Jewish festival holidays had an agricultural element to them....
What Is Kosher?
What Is Kosher?
By Sara-Malka (Diane) Laderman Kosher (Hebrew for...

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