peach orchard


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Noun1.peach orchard - a grove of peach treespeach orchard - a grove of peach trees    
orchard, woodlet, grove, plantation - garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth
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There was plenty of water and limestone, a rough house, excellent corrals, and a peach orchard. For all this he had been offered 2000 Pounds, and he only wanted
The Morgans won the Achievement Award for their peach orchard, Peach Pickin' Paradise.
The offensive was intended to seize the Peach Orchard and surrounding ground along the Emmitsburg Road for use as an artillery position to support the ongoing attack.
Hessler and Isenberg, who are authors and battlefield guides at Gettysburg, describe the role of Joseph Sherfy's peach orchard during the Battle of Gettysburg in the Civil War.
The definition of planting spacing and the training system to be used in a peach orchard should take into account the production capacity and access of solar radiation by the fruits, which result in greater color intensity, ease in phytosanitary treatments and rationalization of the workforce, especially in cultivation handling and harvesting.
One native adult female parasitoid, Telenomus astrictus Johnson (Scelionidae), was captured guarding an egg mass, deployed on 8 Aug and collected on 10 Aug, at a border location in an IPM-CPR peach orchard, 19.9 m from the nearest wooded border.
to a single-vehicle traffic crash on Peach Orchard Road just east of Portal Road.
This summer and fall, Gettysburg National Military Park will be rebuilding stone walls in three locations on the battlefield: along Emmitsburg Road south of the Peach orchard; along the Slyder Farm lane; and along Taneytown Road.
Similarly, the influence of temperature and rainfall on Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann, 1824) in a peach orchard, Prunus persica L.
molesta population from a peach orchard in the municipality of Paranapanema, SP, to phomet, was significantly less susceptible to insecticide (97.5 of mortality) when compared ([F.sub.7,96]=2.80; P<0.0001) to the other populations collected during the season of 2010/11 (Table 3).
The research was installed in the peach orchard of the Agricultural Center of Palma (31[degrees]52 'S and 52[degrees]21' W), at the Federal University of Pelotas, located in the municipality of Capao do Leao, RS, Brazil.
The scientists conducted their latest study in a peach orchard in Quincy, Florida, in 2013 and 2014, applying treatments to trees infested with the lesser peachtree borer.