What is a Russian thistle?

Answer The Russian thistle is a non-native plant, better known as tumbleweed, that originated in Russia's Ural Mountains. The plant is common now throughout the American West and in many other nations, as... Read More »

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How do I remove Russian thistle?

Use a hand hoe to chop the plant at the soil level, separating the leaves from the roots. Remove the above-ground foliage you chop down to prevent reseeding. Pass over the ground with a garden till... Read More »

Are Russian nationalism and Russian patriotism synonyms or antonyms?

Easy. Patriotism is about a state and its institutions while nationalism makes people the main priority, in our particular case Russian people. For example, the communists are patriotic about the S... Read More »

What is thistle?

Thistle is a wide range of flowing plants that come from the aster family. The name thistle comes from the plant having thorny spikes all over the branches. These spikes help to keep the plant prot... Read More »

What Is Thistle Extract?

Thistle extract comes from the herb milk thistle. Its other names include Silybum marianum, silymarin and St. Mary's thistle. The term "milk" in its name comes from the milky white substance insid... Read More »