saltbush


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saltbush

any of various chenopodiaceous shrubs of the genus Atriplex that grow in alkaline desert regions
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Bail support accommodation will be provided in Darwin and Alice Springs by Saltbush Social Enterprises.
As with the work of Khan and Ungar (1984) and Khan et al (2004), results suggest that a combination of environmental and biological variables, as well as interactions between these variables, can be responsible for either triggering or inhibiting germination to varying levels among saltbush species.
Cother and Gilbert (1994) reported Fusarium as the most prevalent endophytic fungus associated with bladder saltbush plant.
It still does and the restaurant houses four chillers full of different cuts of premium Australian grass-fed beef and also the Saltbush Lamb, a kind of free-range lamb.
Early stages of narrow-winged saltbush grasshopper, Aeoloplides tenuipennis, have not been figured in the literature, hindering their separation from economically harmful or benign species of grasshoppers and hampering ecological or taxonomic investigations.
Charley JL, McGarity JW (1964) High soil nitrate-levels in patterned saltbush communities.
Feed intake, weight gain and haematology in Nili-Ravi buffalo heifers fed on mott grass and Berseem fodder substituted with saltbush (Atriplex amnicolaj, Pakistan Vet J 29: 133-37.
Live weight change and wool growth in young sheep grazing a mixed saltbush and balansa clover pasture.
They eat primarily thorny plants, dry grasses, saltbush and most anything that grows in the desert [31].