No fertilizer is needed unless you have poor soil
Well if you mean sunflower seeds you cant use youre teeth without even braking im very used to it myself i havent broken a sedd in months .
If you are talking about a different seed i dont know wich one youre talking a bout you need to bve more specific
Sunflower seeds are high in calories (584 in 100 grams). They are also high in many nutrients, including minerals, antioxidants, and vitamins. Sunflower seeds are especially rich in the poly-unsaturated essential fatty acid linoleic acid, which accounts for more than 50% of their total fatty acids....
Nutritional values of sunflower seeds .
Calories 650 Total fat 13g Fibre 6g Vitamin B1 0,4mg Vitamin E 11mg Per 100g .
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Sunflower seeds are very fattening and can make your pet obese. I would try one or two every other day. Pregnant hamsters can eat a little more then that because they have to give nutrients to the babies.
Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) is one of the few crop speciesthat originated in North America (most originated in the fertile crescent, Asia or Southor Central America ).
Sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) are a summer blooming annual dicot. They need full sun, moist, well-drained soil and heavy mulch to support their tall structure and heavy blooms, and they are heat/drought tolerant, but they do not tolerate cold. They should be planted after any danger of a spring...
Yes. You can grow a sunflower at any time of the year if you can provide the right conditions. Summer in the southern hemisphere occurs throughout January, providing suitable conditions for sunflowers in most temperate areas. Many places, such as Hawaii or India are warm year round and thus can grow...
About 250 grams of sunflower seed in one cup
ABSOLUTELY NOT! I realize that many people say yes, then others tell you to avoid. Well I'm proof of that. I've had four major attacks since April, 2012. The last one was caused by trying to keep my self awake while driving long distance. This keeps me wide awake, but I will never try that again....
He made several sunflower paintings3, 5, 12 and 14 flowers in a vase.
There is no need to do this with domesticated sunflower seed.
For instints i could say the sunflowers live in the rain forests but that might not be the thing that they need that helps them grow.
sunflower oil, bird seeds
I believe so, because on google I find often the two words together, with no negatives.
You can eat sunflowers seeds you can them without the shell on
The centre part of a sunflower is called the anther
head Answer: First, the "Sunflower" is native to the Americas. The sunflower is comprised of many smaller flowers very close together, forming what is known as florets. These florets as a whole is called the head or flower of the sunflower. The florets, spiral forming the flower/head and can...
Definitely, I have had 2 hamsters one is still living for about 5 years (bearing mind that there life expectancy is about 2 years) and they both ate sunflower seeds . Basically everyday! Questions Master
take the seed, and dig about 3 inches under and put the seed in the hole. make sure to lightly cover the seeds so they can push out of the ground. keep each seed apart 2 inches. it depends how many you grow to water them. water 15 to 20 seeds 1/2 gallon of water when there still seeds. water...
Sunflower seeds may help you lose weight, but they are not a weight loss miracle. They do contain protein and fiber which will fill you up and they are more nutritious than many popular snacks. However, please keep in mind that they are high in fat and thus high in calories. One cup hulled...
The sunflower is the state flower of Kansas because the state isheavily populated with the flower. The sunflower become the stateflower in 1903.
For the sunflower (Helianthus annuus), the seed is a multilayered future plant that is enjoyed as a food source by many. What you see, when you have a sunflower seed, is the hard shell. It can be all black or striped. Break that open and you have the actual seed. The outer most covering on the seed,...
The warmth in the soil as well good aeration and presence of water which are necessity for seed germination
Sunflowers are annuals, and so they only live one year.
Here are just a few: 1) Edible Food for Humans - the seeds of the sunflower plant can be dried and flavord to make a snack. This has become increasingly popular. 2) Food for birds - by itself or in a mix of other seeds, sunflowers can help keep birds happy. 3) Edible Oil - the oil that comes from...
6-8 hours of direct sunlight per day
Yes and no. There is no specific day on which the sunflower will die, such as "The sunflower will die exactly 120 days after germination." However, the plant will deteriorate in health after it has flowered. and the plant will die when temperatures drop below 29 Â°F.
There are many varieties of sunflower. The largest ones (like Mammoth or Skyscraper) are usually 8 to 12 feet high if grown in the right conditions. Many colored varieties are only 6 to 8 feet tall. Some dwarf varieties will be only 6 inches tall!
It is a gymnosperm because the seeds of a sunflower are on the outside
\nDifferent sunflowers have different seed sizes. They can be from half a centimetre to 3/4th of an inch. I have yet to see one bigger or smaller.
This question cannot be answered as is because since there are multiple crops, there are also multiple answers. For example, for the 2011 crop year, North Dakota produced the most spring wheat and flaxseed, Idaho produced the most barley, and South Dakota produced the most sunflower.
There are different varieties of sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) and each has its own particular seed. The black oil sunflower seed is small - maybe a little smaller than the nail on your pinky finger, and thin. You wouldn't think something so small could be so powerful in the products it can make....
Sunflower seeds are used to make new sunflowers and they go in rabbit food and guinea pig food and bird food and or even humans food and is used for medicine sometimes to.
All plants are adapted to light. They use light to produce food in the process known as photosynthesis.
the sun flower is a yellow on the petals and golden orange in the center
Grow in moderately fertile, humus rich, moist but well drained, neutral to alkaline soil in full sun. They need long hot summers to flower well.
No. Oxygen is a waste gas produced by plants. They "inhale" carbon dioxide and "exhale" oxygen.
The parts of a sunflower are the seeds, the pedals, the leaves, the stem and the roots.
In most instances, sunflowers will germinate within 7 to 10 days.
Products made from sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) include the following: .
Seeds - as a food used raw, baked, roasted, salted or not salted. .
Seeds - can be used for feeding seed-eating birds. .
Seeds - can be made into butter (like peanut butter) or made into bread. .
Seeds - oil is extracted...
Sunflowers can represent whatever you want them to represent. They have been used for everything from veganism to peace to the Green movement to an optimistic outlook on like.
Yes, it is possible to grow sunflowers during the summer in Chicago.
room temperature is best or outside as long as it is not to hot or cold.
A dicot, short for dicotyledon, is a group of flowering plants distinguished by a set of characteristics, the main one being their two embryonic leaves (called cotyledons, which is where the name dicotyledon comes from - two leaves). Thus, as sunflowers in their seed stage have two embryonic...
Yes, pure Sunflower Oil is a perfectly safe and cheap lubricant for anal toy play or intercourse, causing no adverse effects or irritation to the anus itself. Be aware, however that non pure sunflower oil such as scented or flavoured etc should not be used as these additives WARNING: Do not use any...
they behave very well because they grow easily
Sunflowers have very little scent. After they are fully mature, the seeds give off a light nutty scent, but not really anything floral.
In a warm temperate climate sunflowers grow from seed to flowering stage in about three months and another six weeks until the seeds mature in the flower head.This relates to the giant flowering types-some of the smaller varieties are quicker to mature.
Sunflower oil, and sunflower seeds
Yes. However, eating a large amount can cause gas. If you suffer from high blood pressure, you should also avoid salted ones.
Scientifically speaking scientist have found that if you want the best for your seeds is to grow them on top of water but leave soil under the water so it is in layers. Therefore your plant would always be nutritious
Because They follow The Sun
Of course-they just taste stale and usually a bit like the plastic bag they came in.
Since 1/4 cup of peeled sunflower seeds is about 30 grams then 1 cup would weigh about 120 grams.
A sunflower is mostly yellow because it wants to be that is its favorite color Hope i helped
yes . because anything expired is bad .
Sunflower has recently been adopted as a symbol of happiness, strength, a love of the sun & sunlight and because it is said to always turn its face to the sun it is considered by some to be a symbol of faith. I can find no ancient or even old references to it as a spiritual symbol. The closest I can...
Short answer: they are warm season plants. Sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) are a summer blooming annual dicot. They need full sun, moist, well-drained soil and heavy mulch to support their tall structure and heavy blooms, and they are heat/drought tolerant, but they do not tolerate cold. They...
There are about 70 species of sunflower, the more common domesticvarieties flower in late spring, summer and into early autumn
Anthrophobia and anthophobia are the fear of flowers. Too general. Helianthophobia is `fear of the helianthus' - the sunflower.
No. They need fertile, humus rich, moist but well drained soil
A sunflower with yellow petals. The majority of sunflowers are yellow.
i always thought they were the ones that got over cooked. like when u eaf a fry. if it has a black part on it its not because the skin was taken off it was because it got stuck and refried again lol. so i think its because it gets over cooked
The sunflower is one of the fastest growing flowers that can beused as a source of food for animals and people. The sunflower isnative to North America but can be grown all over the world inclimates that support the plant.
no i cannot answer it if i was noing the answer i didnot ask from you
It depends on where you grow them! Sunflowers in Wyoming are not going to be the same size as sunflowers in Florida. It really depends on the Place.
Sunflowers has three syllables. Sun-flow-ers.
Approx 2,5 kilograms of seeds for 1 liter of oil.
Foods made from sunflowers include margarine, oil, sunflower butter and bread. The seeds can be used as a snack food or as a garnish. Products made from sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) include the following: .
Seeds - as a food used raw, baked, roasted, salted or not salted. .
Seeds - can be...
Petroleum. (or sometimes Almond Oil).
What would you think it was made of? ;-)
No, but it will help keep them alive.
Any time is ok but preferably not when it starts to get cold. Sunflowers need sun too!
There are 15g of fat in 1/4 cup of sunflower seeds and 15g of fat in 3/4 cup of sunflower seeds still in the shell.
I usually eat a bunch of mixed nuts before going to sleep because they help us sleep. But it seems whenever I have eaten sunflower seeds just before sleeping, then I cannot sleep at all for another few hours. It seems to keep me awake.
That depends on where you live and the conditions you are growing them in. In rich, well watered soil, they do not require any real care. In drier soil, they may need watered occasionally to grow to their full potential.
I think this poem is first and foremost personifying nature, specifically sunflowers. The dialogue set up is to indicate the feeling of the flowers. I also think that Blake wanted to create a comparison and contrast between human nature and nature itself. The flowers are obviously disgruntled being...
I really do not think so. You would have better luck with cracked corn or birdseed mix that does not include the sunflower seed.
Grow in moderately fertile, humus rich, moist but well drained, neutral to alkaline soil in full sun. They need long, hot summers to flower well.
The two ingredients in popular brands of baby oil are mineral oil and fragrance. That's what you'll find in Johnson & Johnson and Equate brands. Other brands may "tweak" the formulation. Burt's Bees uses apricot oil. Erbaviva uses almond, safflower and jojoba oils. Earth Mama Angel uses grape seed...
I'm sorry i can't give you an answer but I have the same question too. :(
Sunflowers produce sexually, as do most flowering plants.
Florida is known as the "Sunflower state".