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CULT: Birdseed Blues--Sunflower and Corn

From: HIPSource@aol.com


I understand that sunflower seeds contain compounds which negatively impact
growth of many other plants, so if you are seeing odd plant behavior beneath
your birdfeeder and you serve sunflower seeds, this tale may be worth
investigating. I'd also be very wary of corn, which does contain such
compounds, which is why one does not want to purchase any alfalfa product for
garden use which contains corn.  

Please notice that I used a subject heading on this response to conform to the
style preferred on this list. It just takes a minute to do it right and most
of us appreciate each other's efforts in this a lot.

Anner Whitehead

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