reseed


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reseed

(ˌriːˈsiːd)
vb (tr)
to sow seeds again on (a lawn, pitch, etc) in order to grow something
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reseed - seed again or anew
farming, husbandry, agriculture - the practice of cultivating the land or raising stock
seed - go to seed; shed seeds; "The dandelions went to seed"
2.reseed - maintain by seeding without human intervention; "Some plants reseed themselves indefinitely"
maintain, sustain, keep - supply with necessities and support; "She alone sustained her family"; "The money will sustain our good cause"; "There's little to earn and many to keep"
Translations

reseed

[ˌriːˈsiːd] vt [+ lawn, pitch] → refaire
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Therefore, the decision to reseed should take into consideration the recommended sowing period, which depends on the cultivar cycle and the region where wheat is produced.
We need to figure out how to evaluate the extent of postfire mortality for plants and decide whether or not it's always necessary to reseed after fires," says rangeland scientist Tony Svejcar.
Several useful herbs and greens reseed with such abandon they must be handled as potentially invasive plants.
But trying to reseed bare mountains by plane is no picnic.
Remove temporary access road and temporary culvert; restore area to pre-existing conditions, and reseed.
Now the council has instructed the contractors to reseed and repair the lawns, but householders say they have left rubble and rubbish on the grass.
CAREFREE FILLERS: tuck them around the garden this fall, and they'll bloom next spring and possibly reseed themselves for many springs thereafter unless you weed them out.
EBLEX beef and sheep scientist, Dr Liz Genever, said: "With a full reseed - including ploughing - currently costing pounds 140/acre, this represents a return on investment of between 350% and 550% in output alone, depending on the pasture concerned.
Columbines reseed themselves when the soil drains well and may be grown in sun to partial shade.
Scientists are enlisting the unwitting cooperation of grazing steers to reseed land.
For a lawn of tall fescue, reseed with turf-type tall fescue.
In addition, the Reseeding Benefit has been enhanced to allow the benefit to be paid even if producers do not reseed the original crop.