Roosevelt uses a linear timeline of the battle of Point Pleasant in what would one day be West Virginia when half-blood Cayuga Chief Logan, and the Shawnee Chief Corn Stalk
gathered 1,000 Shawnee, Delaware, and some Iroquois to give battle to 1,500 to 2,000 Virginia militia under the Royal British Governor of Virginia, John Murray the Earl of Dunmore, in the Fall of 1774.
The watermelon seedling may apparently encounter the same fate as the corn stalk
, as AtayE-n has written about it, too.
cutter used in lieu of a hand-held corn knife when shocking corn.
s motives are never clear, and the finale involving an injury by corn stalk
In front of him, a family decorates a single corn stalk
for the festival--celebrating both the year's bequest from Mother Earth and their role in the mystery of the single kernel that "produces much fruit" (John 12:24).
POWERCORE will reportedly provide increased corn yield between 5% and 10% with the control of major corn pests, including Fall armyworm, Sugarcane borer, Corn earworm, Corn stalk
borer and Black cutworm and tolerance to two types of herbicides - glyphosate and glufosinate.
But they didn't want their hired helpers sleeping in the hedge by lunchtime, so the beer was as thin as a corn stalk
If we used every last corn stalk
to produce ethanol, we'd offset less than 15 percent of our vast consumption.
Old timers tell tales of the Native Americans burying a piece of fish under every corn stalk
in their fields.
MEXICAN WAVE:; Chris tastes a corn stalk
, and tries his hand with the plough after being caught in a media cirus outside Mexico City; DOWN TO EARTH: Chris Martin watches a Mexican farmer at work
Genetics of parenchyma cell death in corn stalk
internodes and leaf midribs.
PHOTO : Iowa State University entomologist David Orr examines a corn stalk