re-sow

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re-sow

[ˌriːˈsəʊ] VTresembrar, volver a sembrar
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The concern now is whether farmers are able to get spring barley crops harvested in order to re-sow with OSR.
It's time to re-sow the seeds so that we are prepared for the next 50 years and more.
2] reported that the direct benefits of seed priming in all crops included faster emergence, better, more and uniform stands, less need to re-sow, more vigorous plants, better drought tolerance, earlier flowering, earlier harvest and higher grain yield.
Cornflowers, California poppies, lavatera and nigella lead the charge and if you do get caught out weather-wise, you can always re-sow.
It usually takes about two weeks for the moss to die and you will need to rake out the debris and maybe re-sow some areas.
Q Part of my lawn is badly worn and I want to re-sow it.
We had to re-sow, the water was still inadequate but there has been some good rainfall recently, a few days back, which has been reassuring.
How much better it would be to re-sow vegetables in open places.
In these adverse circumstances constant support is required to enable them to re-sow their farms and, thus, free themselves from the clutches of feudals as well as informal Sahukaars.
Mr Wright said that local farmers not only lose thousands of pounds if the birds strike, but will be unable to re-sow the fields until spring.
Any farmers who decide instead to re-sow destroyed crops will, if the wet weather continues, benefit from an extension to the date they must be grown by to qualify for subsidies.