Cattail – marsh plant with a wide distribution area. Practically on the banks of taiga ponds can meet cattail, on the shores of lakes, rivers, and wetlands. As it turns out, cattail is very valuable for survival. Different parts of this plant can be used for good. On what is useful for cattail person that's in extreme survival in the forest, will tell that story.
Learn cattail not difficult, the characteristic inflorescence in the form of a dark «sausages» (photo). The most valuable cattail, namely when it is thrown inflorescence, usually late summer – autumn.
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The endorsement yearly Breeze is the rap festivity of the summertime, curated by the Roots in their hometown. The 6,000-strong occlusion company at Penns Landing, on the Delaware River, is a rarified fortune to see these acts in the open.Don't Neglect TV on the Wireless, Santigold, and what could be the melodic outcome of the yr: World Opposition, with the Roots and the Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, playacting 1988's It Takes a Commonwealth of Millions to Handgrip Us Cover. $48; rootspicnic.com.Break Takings a 44-mile round-trip twisting from the Schuylkill River Chase bent Vale Smithy Interior Read more [...]
Shoetree roots in mountains mightiness turn a all-important part in regulation long-run planetary temperatures, according to new explore promulgated in Geophysical Explore Letters. In fact, done a composite episode of stairs, flock trees could exercise as a thermoregulator of sorts for our satellite.Hither's how it workings: The heaviness of riffle and land layers on woodland floors varies contingent temperature. This successively affects how rapidly shoetree roots mature; in heater climates, corner roots usually prolong into the filth's mineral bed, break devour rocks. Scientists song this summons Read more [...]
Author: Andrew Kozlowski aka Teke
Created: October 2010
Ingredients for 4-5 quart saucepan
Meat - up to 1 kg or a bit more beef (best brisket, shoulder), you can add a bit of lean porkRoots: 2-3 small onions, 2-3 carrots, 1 medium beetroot, parsley 1-2 spine, a piece of celery (celery and parsley, if not, do not worry - you can do without them)Cabbage - just a quarter or half of the average of head
5-6 kartoshinuSalt, pepper, bay leaf, tomato paste (or whole tomatoes -2-3 pieces)
In a saucepan put the meat part of the roots - the onion, parsley root one, a piece of celery, fill Read more [...]
From very ancient times, people used to make a variety of dishes of wild plants. In looking unsightly leaves, shoots, flowers and roots of wild plants are almost all essential substances and chemicals. They are primarily carbohydrates, mineral salts, organic acids, vitamins and other biologically active substances that can replenish spent energy, restore and regulate the body the blood supply, stimulate the brain, heart, digestive and excretory functions. Every plant, be it a tree or a blade of grass has its, its specific impact on people, sharing with them the vital juices.
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Alfalfa belongs to the legume family, which we take a closer look at Chapter 4. I bet that most of my readers in the form of the idea of this heading: "What am cow, alfalfa is?" I can not agree with you. One of the ancient names of this plant - grass lechuha. Her name is burkunchikom and medunkoy. Burkunchikom for similarity in appearance of leaves and flowers with clover and medunkoy - for Honeybees. All alfalfa - excellent fodder grass with high productivity and nutritional value, easy to grow back after mowing. Has long been considered one of the most valuable plants in the meadows. Read more [...]
In nature food clawed ground squirrels studied by us by eating the inspection or fresh kopanok during search technique and getting them to feed.
Direct observations in the habitats of animals found that in Southern Balkhash this gopher digs and eats roots following plants: sand sedge (Carex physodes), broomrape (Orobanche lutea), bluegrass (Poa bulbosa), white crowfoot (Haloxylon persicum), Ephedra (Ephedra lomatolepis).
Gopher digs most succulent roots sand sedge. In shoots of the plant, he breaks the dry outer leaves and eats succulent centerpiece.
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Common name: zhabnik, rabbit salad kuroslepnik, salad bowl.
Description. This herbaceous perennial spring plant of the buttercup family with beams tuberiform thickened roots and delicate branched stems. Leaves orbicular-cordate, shiny, thick, margin sinuate-crenate with long petioles. Plate of juicy, tender. Flowers solitary bright yellow, golden. Lobes at the base nectary, disguised scales. Many stamens and pistils. Fruit - achene team. Plant height 15-30 cm Flowering in April-May (cover photo).
Grows in the Perm region along the river banks, wet meadows, deciduous and mixed forests, Read more [...]
Common names: reeds, chakan, cane, devil stick.
Description. Perennial herbaceous marsh rhizome plant up to 1.5 - 2 m thick stems, cylindrical. Leaves are linear, long, vaginal, located at the base of the stem. Flowers unisexual, clustered on the cob. Pistillate - at the base, they are black-brown, staminate - above them at the top. Fruit - nut. Blooms in June and July.
Characterized by the following features Rogoza. In broadleaf cattail leaves broadly linear (up to 1.5 cm wide.), Stamen part cob directly adjacent to the pistil. Typha angustifolia leaves have already (0.5-1 cm wide.), Read more [...]
All anglers know that the big fish you have to go to the south. The lower reaches of the Don, Dnieper, and, especially, the Volga provide the best chance of catching a record som carp, chub, perch, carp. Almost any fish (burbot - do not count) because the abundance of food and favorable climatic conditions in the southern waters thrive and grow faster than in central and northern Russia. Thousands of fishermen and underwater hunters, including myself with close friends in arms annually sent it there. However, there are no rules without exceptions. That's me last fall in the Kursk region Read more [...]
No one now, of course, does not believe that picking up a branch of hazel, can be found in the land of gold, or an underground spring, and a hundred - two hundred years ago, walnut twig trying to determine a place to dig wells.
And yet, in the nature of the plants do exist, which can determine what is in the ground, in the soil. Gia know many tricolor field violets, pansies, or Ivan da Marya. There is a kind of golden violet (Viola calamaria), creeping along the ground. It grows only on these soils that contain zinc.
Geologists have found rich deposits of zinc ore in places where there were Read more [...]
Freeriding Vancouver's Northerly Prop? That's so 2002. This twelvemonth it's all around the singletrack, and the better way to pay court is by signing on to Sanctified Rides' new 11-day epical from Calgary to Vancouver ($4,500; September 6–16; sacredrides.com). From soft backcountry outposts, visitors rigging B.C.'s nearly desired rides, including the seven-mile Roots and Roots Elongation, nigh Island Lake Reside Fernie; a individual dog meshing out the backdoor at Baldface Inn; buffer alpine singletrack approximate Revelstoke's Glacier Home; and 18 miles of nasty, tortuous, just-made trails Read more [...]
A perennial herb with a short rhizome, which runs numerous adventitious roots, makes a lot of odor. In the first year rosette of leaves develops only in the second year grows leafy stems 0.5-1 m tall, hollow inside, outside, furrowed, ending inflorescence. The leaves are opposite or in whorls of 3-4, odd-pinnate, leaflets from 11.3 various forms (from linear to ovate), basal and lower stem leaves are sometimes almost entire or lyrate. The flowers are small, fragrant, lilac, pale pink or almost white, gathered in many-branched corymbose inflorescence. Fruit - small oblong brown achenes with Read more [...]
Additionally, cranberries, blueberries, blueberry, raspberry, cranberry and blackberry, in the forest and can be found on the edges of strawberries, bramble, wild strawberries. Can eat rosehips, berries and roots which I brew, wonderful tea. Recommend, and tasty and healthy. Hawthorn berries are especially tasty after the first frosts. With the first frosts of viburnum berries lose their bitterness. They help the pressure. Kalina is easily recognized by a round flat bones.
However, an edible plant berries is not limited. Some plants can be eaten roots. Common to all of these plants is that Read more [...]
One of my responsibilities as a child was a lawn care. I mowed, trimmed and weeded with great fervor. If the lawn is pleased pure green, it became a matter of my pride. I liked everything except the dandelions. My mother, a native of Georgia, she liked to add dandelion green shoots in a salad to make a spicy bitter. She sent me to collect dandelions and lettuce with the other ingredients for a salad every night. I was at that period of life is not surprising. Rather surprised efforts of our neighbors, tries to free their beds and lawns from "this small, malicious weed."
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Cervicothoracic radiculitis (funiculitis) occurs much less frequently than the lumbosacral. Etiological moments are the same. Shock are usually roots CVI-VIII) rarely ThI; lesions of the upper cervical roots are rare. Disease in most cases is one-sided, starts with pain in the neck radiating to the distribution area corresponding roots. Pain sometimes preceded by numbness in the same areas. Sometimes pain spread to the occipital and chest area, going so spread beyond the affected nerve roots. Pain points - vertebral and paravertebral. Cervical lordosis often smoothed, limited mobility of Read more [...]
Perennial herb with a fleshy taproot up to 60 cm in diameter at the root collar to 2 cm Leaves collected in the socket, the center of which spring grow hollow leafless flower arrows height of 10-35 cm, ending with a single inflorescence, basket diameter of 5 cm The leaves vary in shape and size, they usually lanceolate, oblong-lanceolate, sinuate-pinnatifid or runcinate, up to 25 cm and a width of up to 5 cm in all parts of the plant contain a milky sap. All the flowers in the basket of reeds, bisexual, and golden yellow. Fruits - grayish brown fusiform achenes up to 5 mm, with a long thin nose Read more [...]
Pages: 1 2Surgical dental instruments. Used to remove dental forceps (Fig. 20), the working of which is made by the anatomical basis, ie, cheeks match the shape of the teeth. In forceps to remove the upper cheek teeth are an extension handle (jaws), while the lower jaw pliers they are perpendicular to the handles, so these are often called beak pliers. In forceps for removing teeth with intact crown, cheeks are not in contact with each other; tongs with convergent cheeks remove badly damaged teeth and roots. To remove teeth and roots are used as elevators (Fig. 21), consisting of a working Read more [...]
Herbs - so called fees, and in which the stems and leaves, and flowers - all together. Herbs are usually harvested at the beginning of flowering plants. At that time, they accumulate the greatest healing power.
However, some plants, such as centaury, water pepper, it is recommended collect at the beginning of flowering, and St. John's Wort - when almost all the flowers blossomed.
Overgrown plants with few impurities, mowing scythe, sickle cut. In higher plants only need to undermine flowering tops no more than 20 - 40 cm or just break off all the branches with flowers, because thick stems Read more [...]