Containers were filled with 300 shelled sunflower seeds, 300 whole sunflower seeds, 300 dissected Osage orange
seeds (i.e., manually removed from the fruit), or a single intact Osage orange
fruit (equal to approximately 300 seeds).
They are grateful to Hedgeapple Biotech, Bloomington, IL, for providing the osage orange
wood sawdust, and Gen2 Energy Company Inc., Ames, IA, for providing blue agave bagasse.
As with the Osage orange
sapling, it takes not only planning but time to fully realize a set of integrated resources that meet our users' needs "perfectly well." We will continue to identify more ways to tie our resources together and make Quick Search easy to find and use.
Historically used in unmanaged conditions, limited knowledge exists regarding best management practices for Osage orange
production in an intercropping system with a cash crop.
By 1853, Osage Orange
was well established in Illinois, and Turner demonstrated that "rail or wooden paling or picket fence would cost him $300 a mile and would be gone in 12 years, while the Osage Orange
would cost $25 a mile and at 12 years ...
The Osage orange
(Lewis' "osage-apple") trees growing at Philadelphia's St.
Seven other species, including black maple, hackberry, and Osage orange
, had lower importance values (Table 6).
As part of a program to develop new wood preservatives at the Mississippi Forest Products Lab, scientists have been studying why certain woods, such as osage orange
, are naturally durable.
This was the Osage orange
(Maclura pomifera); the thorny cuttings he sent to Jefferson came from trees transplanted from an Osage Indian village 300 miles to the west.
Peterson, a graduate research assistant in the school's department of entomology, also tested osage orange
, commonly known as hedgeapple.
Sun Dance: The piece functions as a sideboard table and is constructed of solid walnut, poplar, cherry and osage orange
. The tabletop is made of particleboard and covered in cherry, walnut, harewood, lacewood and avodire veneers.
Americas contributed to Americulture, also, with chestnuts, wild rice, the Cherokees, the Osage Orange
tree, Cowboys, Henry Ford, Abraham Lincoln ...