A selection of articles related to prosopis.
Original articles from our library related to the Prosopis. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Prosopis.
- Carob: Correspondences
- Jacaranda procera; Prosopis dulcis Folk Names: Caaroba, Caroba, Carobinha, Chocolate Gender: Planet: Element: Deity: Power: Protection, Health...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary C
- Mesquite: Correspondences
- Prosopis juliflora Folk Names: Mizquitl (Aztec) Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Water Deity: Power: Healing...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary M
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Suggested News Resources
- Look at all those plants: UA's hidden pantry
- The first edible plant we came across was the Prosopis alba, commonly known as an Argentine mesquite, across from the Social Sciences building. At first glance, it looked like a regular tree, but people can grind the pods up to make mesquite flour.
- UK Students Win Grant To Advance International Pesticide Research
- “In India, what we ended up using for the wood source was a tree called the Prosopis juliflora, which is an invasive tree species there that the government is trying to get rid of,” she said. “So it's really easily available and cheap.
- Salem Mayor presents Rs. 5.94-cr. deficit budget
- The Mayor said that a project had been submitted for developing the Panamarathupatty Lake and to promote tourism at a cost of Rs. 28 crore.
- Lakes — lost and found
- But on reaching, he realised that the shores of the lake were filled with garbage and prosopis plants — making it unfit for any sport. “So I decided to skip paddling for the day and headed back.
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