Insects ravaging grain fields
, orchards or vineyards
I also decided that the best place to do this would be in the field behind the house, a large, open grain field
separated from the Walts' rear windows by a convenient row of trees.
But when we arrived at the grain field
, the birds were already feeding.
The giant rubs and numerous scrapes that had appeared there in October revealed that some big bucks were using the timber as a favored travel route to and from a grain field
and a thick bedding area where the clearcut ended.
Because the plot is so narrow, a stand placed more than 20 feet up and right on its edge will allow a steady wind to carry odors over the deer in the food plot and into the grain field
In commenting on the account in Mark 2:23-28 about Pharisees criticizing the disciples of Jesus for eating grain on a Sabbath while walking through a grain field
, Ehrman says, "[E]ating on this day is prohibited by Jewish Law.
The raunchy Barbadian singer set pulses racing when she turned up to film her new video in a grain field
in Bangor, Co Down.
Taking a grain field
across the railroad tracks from the new 8,000-acre campus, Hopkins laid out the village naming the streets for Western literary greats such as Emerson and Kipling.
A superstitious man, Wang Chaoxu, of Qixian village, Yunnan, allegedly murdered Li Xuetang, whose dead body has been found buried in a grain field
in a neighboring hamlet.
Each time keen marksmanship felled a bird, the "retriever cat" dashed into the grain field
and dutifully brought it back.
It was a slow morning with one's and two's passing by on their way to some distant grain field
First, pollen shed density is much less than in a grain field
since inbreds typically produce less pollen than do their hybrid counterparts (Fonseca et al.