re-sow

Translations

re-sow

[ˌriːˈsəʊ] VTresembrar, volver a sembrar
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"We are also taking this opportunity to re-sow other areas of grass to improve the space as we welcome the summer months in Manchester."
The farmers asked for assistance so that they could re-sow the affected areas.
The statement said Mini Arco Minawi rebel group initiated the aggression in Darfur with the view to renew the clashes in Darfur via two fronts, crossing the border from South Sudan and from Libya in a desperate attempt to re-sow seeds of conflict in Darfur which witnessed peace, security and stability, as testified by International Envoys from the UN and the African union.
Allow the plant to re-sow from the coriander seeds that drop from the harvested plant to continue growing throughout the season.
They re-sow seeds, remove invasive plant species, and manage erosion issues.
The concern now is whether farmers are able to get spring barley crops harvested in order to re-sow with OSR.
Even those who were able to get water in early May for timely preparation of nurseries are now compelled to re-sow crop due to lack of water supplies needed at the time of transplantation.
"It's time to re-sow the seeds so that we are prepared for the next 50 years and more."
I've had to re-sow. My shallots' foliage have been pockmarked with white speckles from hail in the last week.
Likewise, Harris et al., [10] reported that the direct benefits of seed priming in all crops included faster emergence, better, more and uniform stands, less need to re-sow, more vigorous plants, better drought tolerance, earlier flowering, earlier harvest and higher grain yield.
Cornflowers, California poppies, lavatera and nigella lead the charge and if you do get caught out weather-wise, you can always re-sow.