bulrush


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Synonyms for bulrush

tall marsh plant with cylindrical seed heads that explode when mature shedding large quantities of down

tall rush with soft erect or arching stems found in Eurasia, Australia, New Zealand, and common in North America

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The typical plant communities of the area are: rushes dominated by Schoenoplectus americanus (bulrush); grasslands dominated by Distichlis spicata and Sporobolus virginicus (saltgrass); reed beds mostly dominated by Schoenoplectus californicus (California bulrush, or "totora" in Peru); and areas of Salicornia, dominated by Sarcocornia neei (glasswort).
Men also began the craft, weaving large baskets from bulrush, marsh grass found in the area.
Mian Sahid Saleem, CEO of a Lahore-based handicraft company specialising in bulrush decors and home interiors, smilingly showed his tonnes of bulrush sticks which he had brought from Pakistan to be woven into more than 300 products the shoppers need.
Samples of the following plastics were tested: bagasse, a bagasse bamboo blend, polylactic acid (PLA), wheatstraw, fiber pulp, potato starch, and a bamboo bulrush wheatstraw blend.
Abstract--The globally rare Hall's Bulrush (Schoenoplectiella hallii, Cyperaceae) is known only from 26 counties in 10 states where it occurs in wetland habitats.
uk Manufactured from solid spruce with honey varnish, this option offers a wealth of storage with three cupboards, one shelf and a bulrush straw basket, ready to take all a young child can throw at it.
The bulrush banks are trampled, the clear sky-mirror
Bulrush pipeline originates downstream of Balmorhea Station and is designed to transport up to 65,000 Mcf/d of associated natural gas.
Important food sources included areas dominated by seeds from alkali bulrush Scirpus maritimus and brass buttons Cotula coronopifolia (George et al.
Three aquatic plants of Phragmites australis Bulrush (Scirpus), Typha latifolia and Alisma plantgo were selected because of their availability and accessibility in the study area.
is it to bow down his head as a bulrush, and to spread sackcloth and ashes under him?
In its new design, packaging for Gillette Fusion ProGlide moved away from a clamshell approach and opted instead for a formable pulp tray made of renewable bamboo and bulrush fiber-based material.
Rosalee lives a long lineage of African artistry along the shimmering coastline of South Carolina aqua-blue Atlantic waves splash a monotonous refrain; her smooth dark hands break bulrush and crop sweetgrass like a well-oiled machine like the lapping vibration essence, she endures slowly drifting she is white foam breaking against shifting sandy shores of Mt.
Hall's bulrush is associated with habitats that have fluctuating water levels (Robertson et al.
Washington, June 29 (ANI): The delta bulrush plant has natural properties that could reduce the impact of the Gulf spill, according to an eminent botanist.