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  1. Faukazahn says:
    Kvetch literally means “squeeze” in Yiddish, and commonly refers to whining, complaining, and grousing.A person who kvetches incessantly can also be referred to as a kvetch.. In Yiddish, kvetch still retains its original meaning of pressing or applying pressure. Thus, to push a button is to kvetch ah knepel, and when a person is emotionally squeezed, small minded or otherwise suppressed.
  2. Kazrarisar says:
    NEVADA NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM RARE PLANT FACT SHEET Compiled 25 June Astragalus geyeri A. Gray var. triquetrus (A. Gray) M. E. Jones THREECORNER MILKVETCH FAMILY: Fabaceae, the legume family. SYNONYMS: Astragalus triquetrus STATUS: Heritage Program SENSITIVE LIST, ranks: G4?
  3. Golkree says:
    Cicer Milkvetch Field Crop Trials Results and Resources. Below you will find cicer milkvetch data dating from as well as links to other cicer milkvetch resources. All the data is presented in PDF format. If you are having difficulty opening the files download .
  4. Vudoramar says:
    (Definitely a Yiddish thing Only misogynists think that kvetches are primarily female. My dad was well known as King of Kvetches in our home. He gave such a kvetch every time he came home from work!
  5. Tozshura says:
    Crown vetch (also, "crownvetch") is an often-used ground cover, especially in challenging landscaping spots like hills. Plants reach about 2 inches high, with leaves that grow to about 4 inches long. Flowers range in color from pink to lilac and look similar to those of pea flowers, to which crown vetch is.
  6. Fenris says:
    An extremely fast and aggressive grower, Crown Vetch produces lovely white and purple blooms. This legume should be planted for erosion control in certain hard-to-reach areas, not in places where there are other plants established. Perennial. (Coronilla varia)/5(5).
  7. Shakagis says:
    Restoration/erosion control: Big deervetch is an early colonizer of disturbed areas, and because it is a Lotus, Lotus crassifolius, Hosackia crassifolia, buck lotus, broad leaved lotus, Otay Mountain lotus, wildlife, native, forb, perennial, restoration, revegetation.
  8. Gardagal says:
    Plant of the Week: Vetch, Crown. H. Burton Musser and Fred Grau worked on crown vetch breeding for forage and erosion control, eventually releasing a cultivar called ‘Penngift’ in It was used along the Pennsylvania Turnpike and later promoted relentlessly as the Interstate highway system expanded across the nation in the s and.
  9. Ket says:
    i ABSTRACT Packard’s milkvetch (Astragalus cusickii var. packardiae) is a perennial forb endemic to a small area in northeastern Payette County, southwestern Idaho. Conservation interest in this species was heightened following its rediscovery in , after not being reported for about 20 years.

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