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Datura: Correspondences
Datura spp. POISON Folk Names: Devil's Apple, Ghost Flower, Jimsonweed, Love-Will, Mad Apple, Madherb, Manicon, Stinkweed, Sorcerer's Herb, Thornapple, Witches' Thimble, Gender: Feminine Planet: Saturn Element: Water Deity: Power: Hex-breaking, Sleep,...
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Garlic: Correspondences
Allium sativum Folk Names: Ajo, Poor Man's Treacle, Stinkweed Gender: Masculine Planet: Mars Element: Fire Deity: Hecate Power: Protection, Healing, Exorcism, Lust, Anti-Theft...
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Plant-out-of-place Stinkweed Plant-out-of-place - Nature & Science
EXOTIC HERB. Klamathweed. Description.
Plant-out-of-place Stinkweed Plant-out-of-place - Nature & Science
EXOTIC HERB. Klamathweed. Description.
The story of Eskimo ice cream
Recipe reminders for stinkweed. By Frances M.
'Caiggluk' Tilesius' Wormwood Artemisia tilesii
The common name, stinkweed, refers to its smell when the leaves are crushed. Birds and small mammals use stinkweed for shelter and the seed for food.
PENNYCRESS (STINKWEED) CONTROL IN WHEAT
PENNYCRESS (STINKWEED) CONTROL IN WHEAT. RANK* Product. (active ingredient).

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25 Biggest Potheads in Sports History
Buds, nuggets, wacky-tobaccy, stinkweed, rope, weed. No matter what you call it, marijuana is prevalent in the world of everyday Joes, and ever-present in the world of professional athletics.
Proof will be in pudding for new green plan
Most of us know pennycress better as stinkweed, labelled noxious by government agencies, and a virtual cease and desist on this method has been issued. But that could change as we look at footprint of the energy superpower, Oliver suggests.
Fighting weeds
They're targeting Stinkweed, Perennial Sow Thistle and Canada Thistle, which tend to thrive in areas where there has been construction.
Langley promoter Rene Branconnier identified as behind-the-scenes promoter of
The bloom is clearly off this stinkweed. A Manhattan judge has sentenced former Vancouver promoter John Zanic to one year in jail after he pleaded guilty to participating in a stock bribery scheme.
Say cheese, and also butter and cream
One year we had stinkweed in the pasture, and that's a terrible weed to have. You could taste it in the cream.” Farming in general is a lot of work, but dairy cows are especially labour-intensive.

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Stinkweed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Stinkweed tested as future biofuel - US news - Environment - msnbc
Sep 5, 2008 Some farmers have agreed to grow the hardy weed called field pennycress — a.k.a.
Charighik
The distinctive aroma of charighik has given it the nickname, "stinkweed".
Stinkweed - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
noun \ˈstiŋk-ˌwēd\. Definition of STINKWEED. : any of various strong-scented or fetid plants: as a : pennycress b : jimsonweed.

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