nonwoody


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not woody

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The scope of the effort addresses pellets, briquettes, cord wood, and fuel chips made from both woody and nonwoody biomass feedstocks.
Most are herbaceous (with soft or nonwoody tissue), dying to the ground in fall and reemerging in spring.
Since then, the acetylation process has been applied extensively in the forest products industry to a large number of species, numerous wood-based composites, as well as many nonwoody plant fibers (Narayanamurti and Handa 1953, Rowell 1983, Rowell et al.
Some nonwoody perennials sold at nurseries in fall were started from seed during late spring or summer.
Some grinders handle nonwoody material, such as leaves and weeds, while others will take branches up to 4 inches in diameter but not herbaceous material.
Nonwoody (herbaceous) perennials planted in fall are more prone to rot in winter's cold, wet weather.
Perennials--devoted to nonwoody plants that bloom year after year--starts off with design ideas for maximum color impact.
Colorful nonwoody perenials are orange California poppies (Eschscholzia californica), blue and purple Douglas iris (I.
Some grinders handle only nonwoody material, such as leaves and weeds, while others will take branches up to 4 inches in diameter but not herbaceous material.
Red Ball' beets rate high because of their rich flavor and consistent, nonwoody texture.
The plastic-handled shears are fine for cutting nonwoody stems but are harder to use on tough rose stems.