resow


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resow

(riːˈsəʊ)
vb (tr) , -sows, -sowing, -sowed, -sown or -sowed
(Agriculture) to sow (seed, grain, land, fields, etc) again
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ASK CAROL | Red field poppies, also known as Papaver rhoeas QI QWILL I have to resow my flooded lawn?
Yes, it will soon be time to resow for a fall crop.
However, if there is no moss killer in it, I suspect you have put some areas on too thickly and it has killed the grass, in which case you will need to resow some areas.
Along with the changes, there have been many constants, too--like the bulbs and perennials that come back every year as the backbone of her garden, and the poppies from which she saves seeds to resow year after year.
SOW new lawns or resow worn patches now while the soil is warm for quick germination and the weather wet enough to encourage growth.
Quick reward, but the flowers have a short season--in mild-winter areas, resow in fall for a second crop.
Once established, the nasturtiums will resow themselves.
Some gardening shows like to sell plants such as poppies but since they are annuals you will not get flowers the following year unless you collect the seed and resow it.
How much better it would be to resow vegetables in open places.
And this can happen quicker than you think and you will have no choice but resow those dead areas.
Some gardening shows like to sell plants such as poppies but since they are annuals, you will not get flowers the following year unless you collect the seed and resow it.