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mesquite

see prosopis juliflora.
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A forked mesquite branch with branches 15-25 cm long from the fork was placed in the top of each pole for natural perching material.
The scientists used a commercial mesquite gum in a powder form.
Once the Rodney Dangerfield of woods, mesquite was considered a nuisance wood, with millions of dollars spent each year to eradicate it.
Texas pricklypear (Opuntia engelmannii) and mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) are predominant shrubs in the Rio Grande Plains of southern Texas (Archer et al.
If it's in the ballpark of being twice as productive as mesquite, [root fuel] may be a good choice of biomass crops," says Jonathan Scurlock, a biomass-energy expert at King's College in London, England.
They drive two more minutes to discover that the course on the Arizona side of the border belongs to the Peppermill Resort Hotel/Casino in Mesquite, Nev.
Long made and used in the Southwest and Mexico, mesquite charcoal today enjoys a trend of popularity.
Tyler's single-vendor solution enables the city of Mesquite to interface existing applications with Munis and Incode, thereby increasing efficiency, reducing data entry and lessening the risk of human error.
The Mesquite Solar complex is a photovoltaic solar facility in the US that is spread out on 4,000 acres.
We are really enjoying providing the national television exposure for these great national events presented by the CasaBlanca Resort Hotel Casino in Mesquite, Nevada," said TV4U CEO Charry Kennedy.
The information shared included an independent study completed by the Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health on behalf of Helena, and four years of air monitoring data from the New Mexico Environment Department and Mesquite Water District.
Employees closing the restaurant Thursday placed smoldering mesquite chips outside in metal pans as recommended, but left the pans too close to the building, Mashburn said.