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Where sunflower seeds are regularly used as bird feed, toxins from the accumulated seed hulls eventually kill the grass below.
Harmless to animals or people, the toxins eventually biodegrade in the soil.
Once sunflowers get started, they can tolerate drought as befits plants whose ancestors grew happily in dry prairie regions.
They are so easy to grow that they often plant themselves, springing up unbidden beneath a bird feeder.