fencerow


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fence·row

 (fĕns′rō′)
n.
The uncultivated land on each side of a fence.

fencerow

(ˈfɛnsˌrəʊ)
n
a row of uncultivated vegetation which grows under and around a fence
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As I started walking along the fencerow toward my stand for an October afternoon hunt, I noticed a set of giant deer tracks in the fresh mud.
The church volunteers power washed the side of her house and deck, and also cleaned out overgrowth from her fencerow.
Wear gloves or use a towel and toss baits into a wooded or fencerow area.
One edge of each grid also straddled the wooded fencerow that extended into the field.
All of us have knocked down a mallard that has ended up in the thick vegetation, whether that be pond-side cattails or a brushy fencerow along our favorite field setup.
You could be one ridge or one fencerow away from all the action.
When we were a more agrarian society, almost every Mississippi farm had an orchard, and every home had an apple or a pear tree, and almost every arbor, or trellis, or fencerow had a muscadine vine.
Sean Patty has nearly 30 years of business experience working with a wide range of companies across multiple industries Sean's advisory company, FenceRow Capital, works with early-stage technology companies related to funding and strategy.
As a member of The Florida Bar for going on 35 years with no disciplinary history whatsoever, I am appalled that disciplinary costs start at only $1,250; instead of thinking about raising my Bar fees to subsidize enforcement of our rules against those who continually ride the ethical and legal fencerow, start those costs at $5,000.
There was a big black shape behind some junipers on the fencerow about seventy-five yards away.
He lets his entire field emulate the uncultivated soil on each side of the fence (hence the name fencerow), without the interference of plows.
Nabhan encourages constructing a living fencerow from organic matter to sequester carbon, protect fields from floods and winds, and prevent soil erosion and nutrient runoff.