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Studies on snake repellents in India revealed that extracts of Allium sativum, Acorus calamus, neem, tobacco leaves and Vitex negundo, as well as oil extracts of Acorus calamus among others, were very effective snakes' repellents.
Theres no beach anywhere near the home at 255 Calamus Circle, however.
Seguramente te interesara saber que hay un coleccionista en Espana dispuesto a deshacerse de un Primus calamus completo en excelente estado de conservacion.
The name ACORUS is taken from Acorus Calamus, a wetland plant that looks like a reed, which features in a famous French fable the oak and the reed with the wisdom that a reed bends but does not break.
The company says the pinnacle of this new range is the Calamus which features a lightweight, three-part TPU upper molding, injected directly onto a breathable synthetic mesh.
calamus can probably be ascribed to the content of the more digestible root storage carbohydrates as inulin (SchA1/4tz et al.
paragraph] For the fourth year in a row, the Cabela's King Kat circuit will visit Calamus Reservoir near Burwell, Nebraska.
Under the process, called ' Engineered Wetland Technology', three different species native to natural wetlands-- phragmites karka, acorous calamus and typha latifolia -- were cultivated in specially created gravel beds lowered into treatment cells.
Acorns calamus (Sweet flag) has a long history of use and has numerous traditional and ethnomedicinal applications.
Start from the back of the feather and just pierce the calamus where the bottom end of the quilled strip will be attached to the feather (Figure 2).
Occasionally, a wayward chicken will roost in a tree outside the coop, says Glenn Drowns, co-owner of Sand Hill Preservation Center in Calamus, Iowa, which sells heritage poultry breeds.
Determined to find as many old family heirlooms as I could, I discovered that Glenn and Linda at the Sandhill Preservation Center in Calamus, Iowa, had quite a collection of Oscar H.