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Referring to a mass or appearance characterised by a rounded mass with multiple superficial bossellations, which has been likened to a mulberry or cluster of grapes
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Unfortunately, that effort at producing silk did not succeed and the neglected white mulberry trees fed birds and mammals who, in turn, spread white mulberry seeds.
To a question, he said the abundant amount of pollen that can come from one mulberry tree, combined with the windy, dry weather of Islamabad creates an allergy storm.
The Chinese mulberry trees are expected to produce leaves to feed silkworms in the next two years.
Presently, allergy cases have increased in federal capital owing to the paper mulberry trees as the CDA has failed to take steps to redress the situation.
Biotechnology company Kraig Biocraft Laboratories Inc (Other OTC:KBLB) said on Friday that it has completed the planting of the first 2,000 mulberry trees at its Texas location in support of spider silk production.
Silk is made where silkworms flourish and silkworms grow fat and happy in the temperate climates where the white-berried mulberry tree grows, from China in the east to Italy and southern France in the west.
Mulberry trees, which silkworms need, are environmentally sound and the government has been promoting their growth.
The story of Pyramus and Thebes ends with a heart broken lover plunging a sword into his heart and spraying a nearby mulberry with his blood -- thus turning the white mulberry trees of ancient Babylon dark red.
For instance, they are planting mulberry trees that will not provide any income for very many years and are investing in water conservation programmes ahead of regulatory deadlines.
Mulberry trees, tobacco leaves, a hand cut while slicing an apple for a girl, school, exile, prison, autumn, hospital, rain, family, and more are found in Darwish's poetry in prose.