frost-free


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frost-free

(frôst′frē′, frŏst′-)
adj.
Requiring little or no defrosting: a frost-free refrigerator.

frost-free

adj
of a fridge that regularly and automatically defrosts itself
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Other plants that form tubers such as ginger lilies are best dug up at the end of the season, the top growth cut off with secateurs and then the tubers stored until spring in dry potting compost in a cool, frost-free place like a garage or shed.
The BPL Side-by-Side Frost-Free refrigerator has a capacity of 564L and comes with the multi-airflow system.
Lift them when the leaves start to go yellow and hang them to dry then store in a cool, frost-free place.
If the ground is too hard to dig, leave the plants wrapped in the material they were packed in and put them in a cool, frost-free outbuilding until conditions improve.
However, the frost-free bacterium, whose release has been under debate for several years, also differs from its parent by only the deletion of a gene.
Keep them frost-free but they don't like it too warm.
There is one group of tomatoes known as long-keeper varieties, such as the Spanish 'De Colgar', which will ripen slowly after harvesting if kept in a cool, frost-free place.
They should keep in a frost-free shed until Christmas
A simpler method is just to lay the apples in trays on a bed of crumpled or shredded newspaper and keep them in a frost-free, cool dark place which isn't too dry.
A Once the tops have gone black, lift the plant and cut off the tuber, which should be stored in dry peat over winter in a frost-free place.
In-unit features will include a frost-free refrigerator, range/ oven, microwave, some unit with air conditioners, mini-blinds, carpeting in the bedroom, living and hallway areas, shower grab bars and 24-hour emergency pull cords.
MORTON fans will learn this morning if their bid to keep the Cappielow pitch frost-free has paid off.