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1116-39042 - Agriculture - Rice stubble being burned after the crop has been harvested, a controversial practice. Growers burn fields to remove heavy crop residue so they can re-enter fields early the next spring to plant soybeans, and to control some rice diseases. E
869-5406 - honey bee beekeeper in protective clothing collecting wax bees wax beeswax from honeycomb individual outdoors horizontal format Extremadura Spain Europe (Apis mellifera)
869-5405 - honey bee beekeeper with protective glove holding wax bees wax beeswax collected from honeycomb outdoors horizontal format Extremadura Spain Europe (Apis mellifera)
1031-9 - Grit salt remains the most commonly used method of removing ice and snow from the ground. All kinds of salt are effective at breaking up ice crystals, but grit salt is the preferred method for use in salt-spreading machines as long as the grit salt is kept dry. The grit salt also adds some friction to flat areas, making the ground better for tyres and shoes to grip on to.Ç . "
1031-10 - Grit salt remains the most commonly used method of removing ice and snow from the ground. All kinds of salt are effective at breaking up ice crystals, but grit salt is the preferred method for use in salt-spreading machines as long as the grit salt is kept dry. The grit salt also adds some friction to flat areas, making the ground better for tyres and shoes to grip on to.Ç . "