stemmy

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stemmy

(ˈstɛmɪ)
adj, stemmier or stemmiest
1. full of or containing stems
2. (Botany) (of plants or roots) having long stems
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Mowing once a week is necessary to prevent it from becoming "stemmy."
Stemmy, CPA, CVA, E.A., is president/ managing partner of Stemmy, Tidier & Morris PA in Annapolis, Md.
Stemmy, fibrous silage with seed heads implies the crop was harvested too late.
Becraft tastes the juice during the cycles to determine "at what point is the juice losing its vibrancy, or becoming a bit stemmy," he said.
However, don't be fooled into thinking you can get away with a pile of concentrates and a mound of stemmy, sun-bleached, straw-like hay.
INITIAL CONCLUSION: A light-skinned grape variety, whole bunch pressed to give it that stemmy, herbal character.
Three young trees, deliberately spaced but stemmy as weeds, stand at the far edge of the open yard.
Therefore, Common Napier can be classified as high yielding and stemmy cultivars than others.
Magnification and shrub stemmy material influence on fecal analysis accuracy.--J.
"The cool conditions reduce the grass growth, but not the date when seed heads emerge, resulting in low yields of quite stemmy material.
Ensure net wrap is even and up to the edge of the bales and wrap in at least 6 layers of film -the wrap punctures more easily with the stemmy mature grass.
Wrap in at least six layers of film - the wrap punctures more easily with the stemmy mature grass.