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The loop-knotting process eliminates offcuts left loose on the bale (so improving forage quality) and in the field (so reducing environmental impact): in one season on 10.000 bales produced, we estimate the elimination of close to 6 kilometers worth of twine offcuts per season, which are normally left to pollute the ground and crop.
Farmers are being urged to call their local police if they see a piece of twine tied to gates on entrances to their land.
Twine o'clock When buying wisteria you will find there are two types - Japanese and Chinese.
Beginning at the bottom of the T-shape, thread twine through each hole around the frame, until your T now resembles a diamond shape.
While you're standing on the hay, your helper can tie the strands of twine together.
Usman Buzdar said that strict instructions have been issued to ensure implementation on the law banning the kite-flying and orders have been issued regarding crackdown against the elements involved in making of chemical twine.
A total of nine (n = 9) twine types manufactured from natural fibers were sourced from the local market of Valparaiso, Chile.
Police also banned entry of motorcyclists on flyovers in order to keep them safe from metal twine attack.
GUJRANWALA: The district police arrested 284 people and registered 220 cases for selling kites and twine and other violations of ban on the sport.
Then twine is tied around the shock to keep it from coming apart.
(NYSE: FIT) has agreed to acquire Massachusetts, US-based health coaching platform Twine Health to achieve better health outcomes and help health systems, health plans and workplace health providers lower healthcare costs, the company said.
Lilibeth Cagula, president of Ilayang Kalilayan Twiners and Weavers Association, said they have 60 household members housed in three core housing, with each member earning P200 to P300 daily in making twine ropes for the production of geonets.