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Wendi 17 Sep 16
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Diego Bonetto Aug 12
Harvesting cumbungi this afternoon with a bunch of fine folks. This common reed is found all over he world and is one of the oldest recorded food. Used also for weaving and a host of other possibilities.
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Biology Coach Nov 2
In today's of the entry, we take a look at the common . Did you know that the brown, fuzzy "cattail" part of the plant is actually a dense collection of female flowers? Let's meet .
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hashtags 22 Oct 14
Love like you will never be hurt
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hashtags 21 Jul 16
Laugh as much as you breathe
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Mori 6 Apr 15
Arsenic in water can be removed NATURALLY-Experiments have indicated that Cattail Plant- can remove from drinking water.
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EscapeTheCity Munich 30 Jul 16
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Feldbotanik 27 Dec 15
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Nicole Fuchs Nov 24
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emily schroeder 26 Jul 14
Photo: walkin and talkin w @michaeltguidice
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dr. dawn m. armfield 8 Nov 17
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Cy Hundley Artist 26 Aug 17
Very nice tutorial Sam. We call those "Cattails" over here in the States.
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GreifswaldMireCentre Aug 30
You can use it as fresh fodder, as silage, as insulation, as pollen in biological pest control… And farming it cleans your water and reduces GHG emissions! Jeroen Geurts presenting a field at VIC
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floralbreeze 小澤 弘邦 5 Jul 17
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Kevin Shea 24 Feb 12
Harvesting biomass from stormwater ponds can benefit the environment and create alternative energy. What are we waiting for?
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hashtags 22 Oct 14
Keep it cool with
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GreifswaldMireCentre Oct 4
Read the new paper about : latifolia effectively improves water quality and reduces in rewetted - results from the CINDERELLA Project funded by
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Terralens 13 Oct 15
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Daniel Murphy 8 Sep 15
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Gherzak Image 30 Sep 17
New photo :) . Typha latifolia ( broadleaf cattail ) . . ...
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