Marigold


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Marigold

In British financial circles, a slang term for 1 million pounds. See also: The City.
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Not to be confused with the calendula or 'common marigold', the marigold, or tagetes, originates from central America.
Although current knowledge is uncertain, the Mexican marigold (Tagetes minuta) is sometimes used in an attempt to control root knot nematodes - wormlike animals found on the roots of some plants that can lead to stunted growth.
Sprinkle with remaining marigold petals, along with nasturtium petals and pea shoots.
On the other hand, if you are a marigold nut like me, you can find the flowers of your dreams via catalogs.
By Graham Dench MARIGOLD COKE, personal assistant to Grand Nationalwinning trainer Tim Forster in his heyday and a friend to many of racing's household names, has died aged 94.
Cardiff-bassd Marigold Costumes is one of the first recipients of a loan under the new streamlined application process.
This year, there was ricinus, dahlias and a brilliant tall French marigold called 'Cinnamon'.
lilacinus, neemcake, mulching, solarization, marigold and carbofuran 3G tested in the present investigation were found to be involved in the reduction of root-knot nematode parameters viz.
MARIGOLD WINNER: Next year I want to grow Marigold 'Tall Scotch Prize', whose striped yellow and mahogany petals give it an old-fashioned look.
NASDAQ: SSRI) (TSX: SSO) has closed the acquisition 2,844 hectares contiguous with its Marigold mine in Nevada for USD 11.