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Flax fields in Seine-Maritime, France

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Flax fields surround several small villages in the Seine-Maritime department of Normandy, France. Upp
 
September 13 · Issue #724 · View online
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Flax fields surround several small villages in the Seine-Maritime department of Normandy, France. Upper Normandy is the largest flax-producing region in France, and Seine-Maritime alone has more than 46,900 acres (19,000 hectares) of flax fields. Flax is grown for a variety of uses — in fact, its specific epithet “usitatissimum” means “most useful.”
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