perennial


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Synonyms for perennial

Synonyms for perennial

existing or remaining in the same state for an indefinitely long time

Synonyms for perennial

lasting three seasons or more

lasting an indefinitely long time

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recurring again and again

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Headquartered in Singapore, Perennial Real Estate Holdings Limited is a commercial property developer with large-scale integrated developments across China, Singapore, Malaysia and Ghana.
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation has a rich history of advocating for the positive evolution and transformation of our communities, so by choosing to honor influential African-American leaders who have served as trusted mentors and allies to young lives, we continue to celebrate the very essence of the CBCF," said Perennial Strategy Group's Founder and CEO Lamell McMorris.
The goal of shifting agriculture toward a higher functional stage of ecosystem development is limited by the availability of perennial crops.
Talking to reporter here on Saturday, he said that the closure date for desiltation of perennial canals was January 29 while owing to desiltation work there, the Director Regulation Punjab had extended closure date till February 3 on the request of the department.
Plant Me Now's perennial plants are over-wintered to create strong root systems and to guarantee flowering in their first year.
There is a growing interest in the contribution that perennial pastures can make to profitability and sustainability of mixed crop-livestock systems in Australia (Ewing and Flugge 2004; Lefroy et al.
Although past research to develop perennial grains has been slowgoing, today's genomics-based tools are enabling breeders to work much faster and attempt ambitious projects not previously possible.
Rudbeckia or Black Eyed Susan includes both annual and perennial forms.
The herbaceous border has long been a feature of grand gardens where a range of perennial plants - tall ones at the back coming down to low species at the lawn's edge - provide a tableau of colour from spring right through to late autumn.
In Burns, Oregon, Agricultural Research Service rangeland scientists Jon Bates and Tony Svejcar are finding ways to manage this arboreal invasion and prompt the recovery of perennial grasses and forbs.
As the name implies, a perennial is a herbaceous plant that continues to live for several years.
Washington, November 24 (ANI): A new study has determined that 50 million US acres of cropland, idle cropland, and cropland pasture could be converted from current uses to the production of perennial grasses, such as switchgrass, from which biomass could be harvested for use as a biofuel feedstock quite efficiently.
ANNUAL weeds are already springing up in flowerbeds, but it's the persistent perennial weeds that cause the most problems.
You could zap these difficult perennial nuisances with systemic weedkiller.
Back on the farm, the current (and permanent) fuel crunch could provide the opening that's needed to make some thoroughgoing changes: an end to the feedlot and animal-confinement industries and a reduction in meat consumption; replacement of grain cropping with ecologically well-managed perennial pasture and range; removing more of the most erodible land from production and establishing tree and grass buffers; using biological nitrogen fixation rather than industrially produced nitrogen; and reversing rural-to-urban human migration to help return the fertility in human and animal wastes to the soil.