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(Agriculture) (in parts of Scotland and Ireland, formerly) a patch in which potatoes were cultivated by laying them on the surface and covering them with kelp and with soil from a trench on either side of the bed
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And on Muckross Traditional Farms he learns how to grow potatoes in lazy beds
and cooks potato yeast rolls in a bastible over an open fire.
The book provides rich information about cultivation methods, including the use of lazy beds
and the loy, and crops, far more diverse it would seem even in the nineteenth century than might be imagined.
Last night - as she recovered from her injuries in Bradford Royal Infirmary - Mr Moyser said: "I worked with Teresa at Lazy Beds
manufacturers where she was a machinist.