As an alternative to the tedious traditional method for managing cotton residue, designers in the early 1960s aimed to develop a machine that would entrench stalks
into soil in a continuous bundle or rope.
At night, the female starts to build one up in the stalks
. She may use strips from more than 150 leaves to make the frame of her baseball-sized nest.
If you get too much rhubarb, cut extra stalks
into small pieces and freeze them in plastic bags for later use.
EXPLAINING TO someone how to stalk
a bedded mule deer or a feeding antelope is about like trying to tell someone how to play out a 48-inch muskie after setting the hook.
In order to pulling cotton stalks
, there are generally four methods: firstly, deep tillage that was explained before and it is common in Iran.
Serem said during this dry season, the lower parts of the county had experienced stunted growth of their plants so they decided to feed animals green stalks
"The animals are said to have fed on green maize stalks
in a farm within the homestead and died a few hours later.
The results also showed decreasing shearing stress and specific shearing energy values toward the upper sections of the stalks
. The maximum shearing stress and the specific shearing energy were 5.27MPa and 213.03 mJmm-2, respectively.
I am certain that I would not have harvested the animals I've mentioned here if I'd tried to finish the stalks
with leather boots on my feet.
Trim the bottoms of the celery stalks
so that they're the same length.
with cream, cheese and bread crumbs for a gratin.
A run of hot weather can result in stalks
that taste bitter, or are hollow and tough.