nothing . both r the same. stover or straw is obtained by harvesting, thrashing and removal of any cereal grains or legumes. but stover is used for sorghum, maize, milletes and soyabean. but straw is the term used for wheat, paddy, remaining legumes.................................... can be used as fodder. but generally used for bedding purpose in U.S, unlike in countries like India.....
the difference between hay and straw is that horses eat hay and straw is a bedding.
The difference between hay and straw as mulch lies in straw being cleaner and having fewer seeds in general and fewer weed seeds in particular.
components of the 2 straws are different
Gold is shiney and it worth alot more
Milkshake straws are larger in diameter than soft drink straws. Since milkshakes are thick, they are very hard to drink with a small straw, thus the increased diameter of the straw makes it easier to drink.
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Andy Stover's birth name is Andrew Stover.
Alyson Stover's birth name is Alyson Aldine Stover.
Matt Stover's birth name is John Matthew Stover.
the difference between reflection and reflection, is nothing. they basically mean the same thing unless you are thinking of it in other terms. Answer Do you mean reflection and refraction, if so then reflection is the immage you see reflected back at you when you look in a mirror. Refraction is when a light wave is bent. When you put a straw in a glass of water, you will notice that the part of the straw in the water is out of line with the part of the straw above the water.
Hay is dried grass or legumes (like alfalfa). Straw is the dried stalks of harvested cereals, such as wheat, barley, and oats.
Stover at Yale was created in 1912.