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Old 07-09-2018, 04:51 PM
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The tumbleweed, also known as the Russian Thistle, came to the prairies of the United States in the late 1870's. It found its way here in grains and seeds imported from Russia. The Mennonites imported the tumbleweed in flax seed in 1877 to South Dakota. The tumbleweed first sprouted in Bon Homme County, South Dakota.Jul 12, 2009
WHERE DID THE TUMBLEWEED COME FROM? - The Joshua ...
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