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dibble

dib·ble

 (dĭb′əl)
n.
A pointed gardening implement used to make holes in soil, especially for planting bulbs or seedlings.
tr.v. dib·bled, dib·bling, dib·bles
1. To make holes in (soil) with a pointed implement.
2. To plant by means of a pointed implement.

[Middle English dibbel.]

dib′bler n.
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A total of 69 dibblers have been reintroduced into bushland on the State's south coast as part of efforts to strengthen populations to assist with the long-term recovery of the endangered species.
The department bred the dibblers before releasing them into an area that borders Peniup Creek near Jerramungup.
Since 2001, nearly 250 captive bred dibblers have been released at various sites throughout the south coast.
Earlier this year, six zoo-bred dibblers and their pouch young were released onto Gunton Island near Esperance to expand the small population established there, and ongoing camera monitoring has provided encouraging results with the marsupial continuing to persist on the island.
Dibblers and sowers each formed rows and moved as such in unison across the field (baduyun).
25) Amusingly, in the case of the rather narrow tree trunk boundaries, it could happen that a dibbler of one field inadvertently punched some holes on the other side of the trunk.
Schimmel's three employees have assembled more than 1,200 Dibblers.
Using the Dibbler allows loaded golf bags to remain on the cart, while protecting clubs from wet grass or being lost.
The Dibbler stands independently, using a steel spike inserted in the ground for support, or it can be attached to the golf bag.
A total of 35 dibblers have been released onto feral predator-free Gunton Island, near Esperance, to expand the small population established on the island last year.
Last October, Parks and Wildlife released 29 dibblers at Gunton Island followed by 12 more in April this year to create a new insurance population.
Camera monitoring shows the dibblers released last year are doing well.