market gardener


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market garden

n. Chiefly British

market gardener n.
market gardening n.
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market gardener

n (Brit) → ortofrutticoltore m
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All the profound plans about cutting off and capturing Napoleon and his army were like the plan of a market gardener who, when driving out of his garden a cow that had trampled down the beds he had planted, should run to the gate and hit the cow on the head.
The first farmer who discovered the value of the telephone was the market gardener.
Ukranian Mr Skripka was for years a wholesale market gardener in the Sandy Lane area of Billingham and when he sold off a land chunk in the 1960s for housing, the developers named Skripka Drive after him.
A MARKET gardener was Ireland's own Oskar Schindler who saved at least 100 Jews from Nazi death camps, a new documentary will reveal this week.
The area was once an open swamp until the area of land was sold by Colonel Wood - hence the name Wood Street - to Jacob Scott Matthews, a market gardener who lived where Dumfries Place now stands.
I've always wanted to be a market gardener," Mr Paton said.
If you're a market gardener or small-scale grower with an irresistible recipe featuring something you've grown, the demand for locally grown and produced food can provide new and profitable markets.
He remember his parents Mary Anne and market gardener Frederick William were just as shocked as he was when he were just as shocked as he was when he returned with the news the RAF had returned with the news the RAF had accepted him as a pilot.
Before the war he worked with his market gardener father.
But Charles Dowding, renowned market gardener and expert vegetable grower, can offer them some good news.
Market gardener Byczynski offers this guide to the business aspects of growing crops for local markets, including how to make the transition from hobby gardener to market vendor.
FARNLEY Estates' market gardener, Rodney Dyson, has enjoyed a bumper crop of pumpkins.