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n, pl -leaves
1. (Plants) any tobacco plant having broad leaves, used esp in making cigars
2. (Plants) Also called: kapuka, papauma or puka NZ an evergreen tree with large glossy leaves



n., pl. -leaves (-ˌlivz)

adj. n.
1. any cigar tobacco having broad leaves.
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Adj.1.broadleaf - having relatively broad rather than needlelike or scalelike leaves
deciduous - (of plants and shrubs) shedding foliage at the end of the growing season
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The Minister welcomed the improved rates for planting broadleaves in the report commenting these significant increases will promote greater species and habitat diversity and will help the Department to deliver on our commitment to achieve an annual broadleaf planting target of 30%.
We have not felled any blocks of broadleaves and have no plans to.
Our ultimate aim is to make our forests more resilient to pests and diseases and we are heartened that the Woodland Trust (Coed Cadw) is to seize this opportunity to undertake change of structure and species within Wentwood Forest by planting native broadleaves.
The danger is that if we plant too many slowgrowing broadleaves in an attempt to mitigate climate change, we are going to drive ourselves into the arms of timber importers.
Mixed broadleaves and sitka spruce were planted on 3.
If a few broadleaves pop up in the yard (you can always count on a few dandelions), spot-kill them with a post-emergence herbicide such as Ortho's Weed-B-Gon MAX ($9 for a 32-oz.
3] broadleaves were composed almost entirely (>95%) of three species; lambsquarters (Chenopodium album L.
The book's main section is devoted to the three main types of trees: conifers, temperate broadleaves, and tropicals.
taeda), the evergreen broadleaves and most wetland broadleaves, all occur further north on the Atlantic coastline than in the alluvial plains of the Mississippi.
restock planting of conifers and broadleaves with either spades or mattocks,
Most of the trees, which come from Delamere nursery in Cheshire, will be conifers but about 730,000 will be broadleaves as Forestry Commission Wales plants a greater variety of species to make our woodlands more resilient to the effects of climate change.
Part of the work will include speeding the restoration of 132 acres of ancient woodland by removing conifers and non-native broadleaves like sycamore.