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Another client, Meadow Mushrooms, is making packaging from the stalks removed from mushrooms during processing.

A few miles down the road, a rusting old John Deere combine growled on through the flurries, its blade churning through dead-brown stalks of soybeans.

The Big Thaw: How Russia Could Dominate a Warming Worldby Abrahm Lustgarten, photography by Sergey PonomarevDecember 16, 2020ProPublica

These grass-like plants will be 3 to 9 feet tall with an oval cross section to the lower stalk.

13 edible plants you can still find in the winterBy Tim MacWelch/Outdoor LifeDecember 1, 2020Popular Science

The most interesting thing is not that it’s almost spherical, but rather the beautiful cusplike feature where the stalk meets the fruit.

The system monitors grain as it’s collected and adjusts dozens of settings on the combine in real-time to maximize how much grain is chopped from each stalk and to minimize waste.

Scald one quart of milk, with half an onion and a stalk of celery; strain into a pitcher and keep hot if convenient.

Stalk, three-fourths of an inch long, rather slender, inserted in a deep regular cavity.

British PomologyRobert Hogg

In the stalk of the rye occurs a knot, forming a slight bulge known to the peasantry as the “sweet joint.”

The stalk is tall and strong, good in colour, fit for all purposes.

The Hills and the ValeRichard Jefferies

He began to stalk his victim as noiselessly as a cat, taking advantage of every ant-hill or snowdrift to screen himself.

Lives of the Fur FolkM. D. Haviland


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