wheat stalk

wheat stalk

traditional symbol of wealth. [Flower Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 178]
See: Wealth
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com, individual earrings offer a strong statement look, Kingham said, like Gucci's chunky lapel-grazing bee earring in gray crystal and faux pearls or Saint Laurent's punk-like 3-D-carved wheat stalk in gold and silver.
They arrive in frosty metal Julep cups garnished with berries and sporting wheat stalk straws.
Electricity production by using wheat stalk, rice husk and corncob should be encouraged.
At the end of a wheat stalk, everything's set for a fierce fight.
It is a mix-and-match collection of diagonal stripes and wheat stalk patterns with top treatments.
Unless readers really want to taste the wheat stalk between their teeth, however, it will not be worth a daily trek to U.
The wheat curl mite feeds on the plant and transmits wheat stalk virus disease.
As part of the Great Whole Grain Giveaway, Sara Lee Food & Beverage pledged to leave "no wheat stalk un-harvested" when it came to communicating to consumers about whole grains.
Recently, shearing force has been used as a more direct indicator than chemical compositions to estimate the nutritional value of forage and assess the physical characteristics of forage stems, such as wheat stalks, maize plant and crop straws.
Our son, Samuel, and our daughter, Anna, (see photo above) work together to bundle the wheat and place it into the threshing tube so that the drill can be used to flail the wheat stalks.
But this year, there are no wheat stalks are to be seen on his 3 hectares (5 acres) of land in Rawat, a town some 12 miles (20 km) from Islamabad, Pakistan's capital.
In lieu of rice stalks, he bundled together wheat stalks as tabletop decor.