HUSK


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HUSKHummeltofteskolen (school in Virum, Denmark)
HUSKHardened Unique Storage Key
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The second arrest was made by Thana Sadar Police where they arrested a motorcyclist identified as Balwinder along with 4.4 kg gram of poppy husk. He was arrested from near village Aharwan.
[USPRwire, Fri Jul 12 2019] Global Cacao Husk Pigment Market Overview Cacao is a dried and fully fermented seed of Theobroma Cacao, the plant from which chocolate is made.
Cacao husk pigment is the residual of agro industry and a by-product of the cocoa industry.
Last year the Punjab government had banned the use of husk in brick kilns to make it available for the livestock.
The dry roughages are comparatively much cheaper as compared to green fodders and are usually the cereal crops residues in the form of straws, stover and husk. The present forage production is not coping with the feeding requirements of livestock in Pakistan.
In this study, we evaluated the effect of substituting oat hay with coffee husk in the diet of lambs on the intake and apparent digestibility of dry matter (DM), organic matter (OM), crude protein (CP), ether extract (EE), neutral detergent fiber (NDF), and acid detergent fiber (ADF).
What, one may ask, is the gold in coconut husk? Coconut husks are the external shells of coconut.
The Indigenous Ispaghol Machinery can process 2-3 tones Ispaghol seed per day (single shift of 10 hours) and the recovery of Ispaghol husk is about 20%.
Husk gasification is the process by which discarded rice husks can be used to generate power instead of being discarded after the milling process.
MAKE A DATE: Husk plays Gullivers (supporting The Blow) on Sunday, April 1.