re-sowing

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re-sowing

[ˌriːˈsəʊɪŋ] Nresembrado m
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Also, we have this bit where it keeps sinking into a big hole and we keep filling it with earth and re-sowing the lawn and then the whole thing happens again.
Thus, the session discussed issues related to timely harvesting of grain, accelerated re-sowing, provision of affordable prices in markets, preparation for winter, etc.
The RHS advises replacing damaged turf by re-sowing with grass seed or laying turf in April.
THERE'S nothing easier than collecting, storing and re-sowing seeds from your garden.
Subsidy on seeds has been enhanced to partially recompense the farmers for the expenditure in re-sowing and/or purchasing drought tolerant variety of seeds.
The vault is intended to rescue the world's food system from catastrophe by preserving seeds of our essential crops so they can be multiplied for re-sowing in the aftermath of any big disaster.
Those who get involved really enjoy it, and many from the pilot scheme several years ago are still re-sowing the mix every year," he says.
Now Mexican farmers are tearing out their agave plants, burning their lands to remove the roots, and then re-sowing their fields with corn.
There's no point re-sowing or re-turfing right now as the weather isn't right but, come spring provided the football can be moved elsewhere, you could renovate the area.
Grassland ploughed for crops may need re-sowing if the problem is not addressed before initial drilling.
It started life as a tiny, poorly documented collection of varieties grown to raise public awareness and to provide seed for re-sowing.
Carrots and radishes, lettuce and spring onions will all do well now, but you may want to wait a month before re-sowing rocket as it's inclined to bolt in the longest daylight days.