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Sunflowers prepare farm for organic future
by Eric Peterson
The Associated Press Translate This Article
29 August 2017
On 29 August 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Fifty acres of sunflowers bloomed in northwest Barrington Hills, Illinois in one August week to create a unique carpet of bright yellow. But in addition to providing a vibrant visual along the village's country lanes, these sun-worshipping plants play a practical role in the conversion of the nearly 700-acre Barrington Hills Farm to purely organic. Among the criteria for such certification is the soil must be found to be chemical-free -- and sunflowers are among the species that can help expedite that process, experts say.
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