You Don’t Need Chemicals

To Sucessfully Farm.

This is what I was describing (or at least trying to describe) on my Sunflower photo in my main album.

This is an Organic Farm, that I regularly drive by in my weekly work in Dorset, that sow wild flowers on one edge of their crop fields which attract nice bugs, which in turn will eat the nasty bugs that attack the crops, so they have no need (and do not use) pesticides.

It was another mile or so up the road (you can see on right of this photo) that I parked up and found not only the strip of these flowers, but a strip of Cornflowers about 10 foot wide, AND another strip of Sunflowers another 10 foot wide. The field itself was about 1/2 a mile in length.

Just gorgeous to photograph but my meeting forced me to drive on.

Thank you for your views, comments and favs on yesterday’s offering. Much appreciated.
Absolutely wonderful, fabulous shot and a big thumbs up to the famer. Fav
posted October 4th, 2018  
How smart these farmers are. They are thinking about our planet!
posted October 4th, 2018  
Makes for a lovely photo too
posted October 4th, 2018  
definitely the chemicals have caused more problems than anything
posted October 4th, 2018  
Lovely capture.
posted October 4th, 2018  
Lovely, a pretty and pleasing curve
posted October 4th, 2018  
Lovely composition, I love the gentle curve of the flowers and the road.
posted October 5th, 2018  
What a wonderful idea. Win-win.
posted October 5th, 2018  
What a lovely find!
posted October 5th, 2018  
Lovely composition and lines.
posted October 5th, 2018  
Beautiful :-)
posted October 5th, 2018  
lovely curves!
posted October 5th, 2018  
Beautiful landscape shot
posted October 6th, 2018  
Wonderful shot Thankyou for taking the time to describe your
posted October 6th, 2018  
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