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Tree Hoppers in the Mexican Sunflowers

Posted By: Sniper John

Tree Hoppers in the Mexican Sunflowers - 06/14/21 11:58 PM

I have a row with about 20 sunflower plants for every tomato. I saw the coolest treehoppers on the sunflowers today. They are not bothering the tomatoes at all. In fact I may have discovered something as I have had zero pests on the tomato plants so far. Which is unusual as I use no pesticides, all organic.

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Posted By: dogcatcher

Re: Tree Hoppers in the Mexican Sunflowers - 06/15/21 12:57 AM

Beautiful flowers
Posted By: yotehater

Re: Tree Hoppers in the Mexican Sunflowers - 06/15/21 01:09 AM

Those orange ones are sure different.
Posted By: Biscuit

Re: Tree Hoppers in the Mexican Sunflowers - 06/15/21 01:43 PM

Beautiful
Posted By: colt45

Re: Tree Hoppers in the Mexican Sunflowers - 06/15/21 03:55 PM

no pesticides or herbicides is the only way to go, I gardened this way for 30yrs
Posted By: 1955

Re: Tree Hoppers in the Mexican Sunflowers - 06/15/21 04:23 PM

Pretty Flowers !
Posted By: bill oxner

Re: Tree Hoppers in the Mexican Sunflowers - 06/15/21 07:02 PM

Beautiful.
Posted By: Stub

Re: Tree Hoppers in the Mexican Sunflowers - 06/16/21 12:50 PM

Originally Posted by dogcatcher
Beautiful flowers

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Posted By: Always ready 2 hunt

Re: Tree Hoppers in the Mexican Sunflowers - 06/17/21 04:29 PM

Pretty color. This year I have a few giant sunflowers mixed in with my tomatoes too. I'm gonna take a close look
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