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A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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We also plan to make another batch for the next cycle,' said landscape artist, Toni Rivera, who designed the first sunflower maze in this town last year.
Therefore, the growers should immediately start sunflower cultivation and complete it by end of February as last sowing can not only damage quality of the grain but it also causes loss in production.
Dr Mukhtar claimed the students had studied the activity of sunflower plants to solve environmental problems and it had been shown scientifically that sunflower plants could reduce the major components of smog and degrade them to harmless components.
GCU IIB Director Professor Dr Hamid Mukhtar led the walk from the university's Sports Complex, which was followed by the formation of a human sunflower in the Oval Ground.
MULTAN -- Master trainers of the Agriculture Department Multan division attended a one-day workshop here Thursday to receive training from experts on sunflower cultivation.
We've had the most cheerfully exuberant submissions seen to date for our sunflower competition.
The Federal Reserve has approved certain mergers under which Sunflower Financial Inc will form a bank holding company, Reuters has reported.
Abstract: Sorghum and sunflower are considered as highly allelopathic plants with inhibitory efficacy on plants of other species.
THEY say that nothing symbolises summer quite like the sunflower and hundreds of families from across Kirklees agreed as they took part in Kirkwood Hospice's Sunflower Memories Appeal.
In the study, the authors showed that the sunflower uses both circadian rhythms and heliotropism (bending and turning toward the light) to enhance its performance in the natural world.