plantless

plantless

(ˈplɑːntlɪs)
adj
having no plants
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The extracted area is mainly plantless: in the central part of the peatland the vegetation cover is < 5% and the peat surface is very muddy, but close to the forest edge in the northern part Vaccinium angustifolium has been sowed.
Although many of these geographic areas are plantless today, these terraces and fans literally abound with pleistocene fossil wood and leaf berds, all of which are found in situ or have been transported only very short distances.
All those mistakes and plantless labels light up the garden as I inch through a veritable cemetery of former presences.
Asemota HN, Osarosemwen A, Iyare AO, Monhammed HA (1997) Acclimatization of in vitro grown yam (Dioscorea spp.) plantless and some enzyme cha'nges.
As local children began putting cacti and a little sand in the conch shells they sold along the side streets, those who still peddled their shells plantless began to drop their prices.