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Most Sunflower Seeds Fit In Mouth At Once

07:22 United States

Taylor Cross placed 268 salted sunflower seeds in his mouth at once. NOTE: Stuffing food in your mouth can be dangerous. Please use caution when making an attempt.

Tallest Dandelions Grown In An Electromagnetic Field

05:14 Canada

Darryl Learie grew a 1.7-cm long dandelion sprout in a 9.6-watt electromagnetic field with hypothesized current, 4.6 KV , 0.002 amps at 1,800 hertz.

Most Finger Snaps In 15 Seconds While Holding A Plant

00:23 United States

Juan C. snapped his fingers 60 times in 15 seconds while holding a plant.

Most Potted Plants Held At Once

00:59 United States

Brian of Tagawa Gardens held nine potted plants at once. He set the record as part of Tagawa Gardens Community Festival.

Most Pokes Of A Cactus

03:15 United States

John Drinkwater poked a cactus 250 times. NOTE: This record can be dangerous. Please use proper safety precautions.

Most Kisses Under Mistletoe In 30 Seconds

02:38 United States

Sean Sonic of radio station Channel 933 received five kisses under a piece of mistletoe in 30 seconds.

Longest Plant Grown From Seed Inside A Balloon

05:08 Canada

Darryl Learie successfully sprouted a 3.5-centimeter dandelion inside a balloon.

Farthest Distance To Water A Tomato Plant Using A .22-Caliber Rifle

05:54 Canada

Doug McManaman watered a tomato plant using a .22-caliber rifle from 50 yards away.

Most Flowers Planted In "Minecraft"

England

Jack D. planted 18,275 flowers in Minecraft.

Fastest Time To Plant A Tree

00:58 United States

John Nelson and Russell DeCaprio planted a tree in 1.90 seconds. Nelson and DeCaprio set the record as part of Fusion 41, a URDB World Record Challenge created by the Ford Motor Company.

Tallest Drecena Messangena Plant

United States

Madhu Joshi found a Drecaena Messangeana plant measuring an impressive 25 feet high.

Smallest Four-Leaf Clover

United States

Jennifer S. has a four-leaf clover 0.33 meters in length.

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