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Seasonal observations of the Master Gardeners
by Katie Mertz
on September 13, 2018 at 2:34 PM
Very interesting history of the Tournesols. ThankYou!  
I live in the country in Winters, and see many photographers and their clients out near these beauties. They are an aMAZing piece of beauty. Just hoping I can jump in here to remind people to respect the farmers, and their crops, which are their livelyhoods. Climbing around among the flowers can cause damage to their irrigation arrangement, plus I have seen young  
beauties get badly injured (in high heels and full make-up and hair) while accessing the place for their perfect shot. "Be Careful Out There!!"  
Again, Thank You for the interesting history of these lovelies we are surrounded by. We are so fortunate to live in such a beautiful County!!  
(Katie steps off of the soap box :) )
by Kara Palan
on October 2, 2019 at 3:03 AM
Hello! I would like to view the findings of her experiment. Namely, I would like to know which varieties clean the soil best and which don’t clean the soil at all.  
by J Lee
on October 23, 2019 at 8:49 PM
So what are the methods that have been used to safely destroy the plants?
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