black locust

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Synonyms for black locust

strong stiff wood of a black-locust tree

large thorny tree of eastern and central United States having pinnately compound leaves and drooping racemes of white flowers

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A botanical classification was considered to be achieved when the pollen spectra contained even less than 20% in black locust honey.
The experimental tests were performed on samples made of black locust wood harvested from two geographical areas, North--Carei area and South--Arges area, respectively.
The forest cover is mixed, primarily consisting of maples (Acer), European black alder (Alnus glutinosa), black locust (Robinia pseudo-acacia), tree-of-heaven (Ailanthus altissima), autumn-olive (Elaeagnus umbellata), sycamore (Platanus occidentalis), and red oak (Quercus rubra).
For other species, such as the black locust tree (Robinia pseudoacacia), there is evidence that they lived in Ontario before the last Ice Age but haven't had time to get back here again naturally just yet.
Once the operation has been completed, the re-established land is giving the timber industry the opportunity to test new fast-growing energy crops - particularly Black Locust.
Tulip poplars and black locust trees also make a fine honey.
In 1991, Feldhake planted neat rows of black locust trees into a pasture and let sheep and goats graze there periodically.
Wind pushed at the trees without a sound and the scent of black locust and new hay discs blew across the fields.
The objective of this study was to determine some of the properties of experimental particleboard panels made from black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.
After breaking through quarantine in Brooklyn and Queens last fall, the beetles have been sucking the life-blood out of maple, horse chestnut, poplar, willow, elm, ash and black locust with virtual impunity on their long march to the hardwood forests of New York, Vermont and New Hampshire.
Among the creative recipes you'll find Curried Daylilies, Wild Carrot Croquettes, Sesame Rice with Stinging Nettles, Fiddleheads Almondine, Wisteria Sourdough Pancakes, Wild Garlic Salad, Black Locust Vanilla Pudding, and so much more.
Air pollution has reduced the growth of the park's tulip poplar, green ash, sweet gum, black locust, eastern hemlock, pitch pine, and various plant species as well.