sandbur

NOUN
  1. grass of the eastern United States and tropical America having spikelets enclosed in prickly burs
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How To Use sandbur In A Sentence

  • Life is like an onion: You peel it off one layer at a time, and sometimes you weep. ---C. Sandburg.
  • The most glaring example was the Sandburg Village high-rise development, about twelve blocks north of the Loop.
  • Vegetation is mostly mid and tall grasses such as seacoast bluestem, switchgrass, gulfdune paspalum, fringeleaf paspalum, sandbur, purple threeawn, pricklypear, and catclaw with an overstory of southern live oak and honey mesquite trees. Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)
  • What’s more, she read some of them, from Proust to Dostoyevsky to Freud to Carl Sandburg’s six-volume biography of Lincoln (given to her by husband Arthur Miller), collecting a library of 400 books.
  • Having a dense, vigorous stand of grass to provide competition, proper fertility, and prescribed burning in the late summer or fall to reduce seed populations are some of the other important management practices for effective sandbur control. with Tanker. undefined
  • Only one herbicide currently has full label clearance for sandbur control in Bermudagrass pastures and hay meadows. undefined
  • Vegetation is mostly mid and tall grasses such as seacoast bluestem, switchgrass, gulfdune paspalum, fringeleaf paspalum, sandbur, purple threeawn, pricklypear, and catclaw with an overstory of southern live oak and honey mesquite trees. Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)
  • Most broadleaves can be controlled, but sandbur can be a serious competitor.
  • Spot spraying vinegar on young sandbur plants (at the 2-4 leaf stage) is also effective, but it isn't selective. undefined
  • As the son of poor Swedish immigrant parents, Sandburg didn't receive regular education.
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