pine straw


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pine straw

n.
Fallen pine needles, often used for mulch.
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After his drive bounced on a cart path and clattered deep into the trees, coming to rest on leaves and pine straw, Woods was concerned his club would snap against a nearby pine on his follow-through.
Understory vegetation structure was quantified by visibly estimating percent cover of pine straw, hardwood leaf litter, woody vegetation, forbs and vines, wiregrass, and other grass species in each quadrant of the subplot and averaging the quadrants to represent the subplot.
ROUGH DAY Jordan Spieth plays his shot out of the pine straw on the 10th hole
2 also ran into trouble off the tee, needing to drop in pine straw on Friday after a slice at the par-five 10th.
Avid golfers can recall Mickelson's drive on the 13th hole at Augusta National in the final round of the 2010 Masters that settled on pine straw.
In the end he needed two putts from just inside 10 feet after Rose, coming out of the pine straw off the tee, missed his putt for par.
First Communities saw reduced pest pressure after pushing pine straw back at least one foot from all patios and buildings.
These lovely cool-weather flowers are tough, and should there be snow or extremely cold weather, just mulch well or cover with pine straw.
This includes but is not limited to removal of existing plantings and trees, renovating and replacing landscape plants, tress, pine straw mulch, modification of bed lines, etc.
The business sells, mulch, stone, pine straw, rock and sand to residential and commercial accounts.
I clear all pine straw and branches from the base of the tree for a four-foot circle.
He injured his right hand in his final round on Sunday after appearing to hit a hidden tree root when playing his second shot out of the pine straw on the ninth.