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Thomas Richardson
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Another factor is humidity. Same principle applies here.... the more moisture content there is in the air, the less dense the airmass is. So, the ball will fly further in a muggier airmass as opposed to a dry one.


Another factor is air pressure. The lower the pressure, the less dense the air is. As you progress higher in elevation, the air will become significantly less dense. That's why the ball travels so well in a place such as Denver. Same principle applies to the mountains of North Carolina.


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Carolina horsenettle is a member of the nightshade (Solanaceae) family, a large group of plants that includes both very toxic plants as well as some important food crops for humans, including tomatoes, potatoes, bell peppers, and egg plant. At least many members of this family (maybe all?) hold their pollen tightly, requiring visiting bees to use a technique called sonication, aka buzz pollination, to make the flower release its pollen. Many bee species can employ sonication (though not honey bees), but bumble bees are perhaps best known for it.


Vine plants are plants with a growth habit of climbing or trailing. While there are many species of plants that grow like vines, not all of them produce globular green fruits that look like small balls.


Solanum dulcamara belongs to the botanical family Solanaceae (plants generally known as nightshades). The same family includes well-known garden-cultivated vegetables such as tomatoes, potatoes, bell peppers, or eggplants.


Melothria pendula vine is pretty similar to the cultivated cucumber, but what really sets it apart is its fruits. Instead of having elongated fruits like most species of known cucumbers, this plant produces green, spotted, smooth, ball-shaped, tiny berries that look like miniature watermelons. They get a black color when fully ripe.


Just made this recipe tonight. I overcooked them just a bit so they were a little dry come up but they still tasted amazing. I made some homemade cranberry sauce and used it has a sauce for the sausage balls (I served them as dinner protein as opposed to an appetizer, although the pre-dinner horseradish Mayo on top was very good too).


Pry up gently on the soil from all sides of the vine. Pry a little at a time at each point around the circle to break the roots that anchor the plant from below. The goal is to remove an intact root ball about 12 inches deep for large, mature vines or 8 inches deep for smaller specimens. A typical shovel is adequate for small plants, but a special drain spade with a longer shovel blade is preferable for cutting deep into the soil to pry up large jasmine plants. 041b061a72


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