side dressing


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side dressing

n.
A covering of fertilizer or compost spread next to or around a plant or row of plants, sometimes lightly worked into the soil.
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Tenders are invited for Providing of 6 inch pipe welding of flange in both side of each pipe, transportation and laying of pipe from O MD UG sump to surface filter plant, cutting in floor and side dressing for pipe laying in UG and digging of trench on surface for lying in trench for
The Villa team were in the north side dressing room from which most Cup winners have emerged.
Suddenly, we're into pop song territory, there's a proper tune and everything and the opening half of the album seems like so much side dressing.
They will benefit from a side dressing of fertilizer.
Brooke, 20, and Michelle, 25, showed their wild side dressing up as naughty schoolgirls for a night on the town in Manchester.
By adding grounds directly to gardens and applying this green material as a side dressing to nitrogen-loving plants, including most perennials and alliums it can have a really beneficial effect on gardens and allotments.
At the other end of the suite, a fine sofa is set in front of a 46-inch wide screen TV, while a discreet side dressing area has exposed compartments which are perfect for arranging shoes and hanging up outfits.
This additional accuracy at the implement will allow growers to use advanced methods of strip tillage and crop side dressing to improve crop yields at reduced input levels.
But GreenSeeker brings together sensing and controls into one technology that could open a dramatic window of opportunity for side dressing corn plants up to seven feet tall.
The diamond is literally turned over and reset, and can be re-used for truing, bottom dressing, and side dressing of the wheels.
He continues this feeding method, called side dressing, all season for leafy vegetables, but fruit-bearing vegetables (like beans, peas, cucumbers, melons, peppers, squash, and tomatoes) get fed only until they flower; then they're on their own.
protection along with side dressing of Canal and bamboo fencing and grass plantation of the south & east side area beautification work of Canal Top