re-sowing

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re-sowing

[ˌriːˈsəʊɪŋ] Nresembrado m
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GRDC RCSN zone lead and consultant Cam Nicholson says the workshop will provide an opportunity for a facilitated discussion between growers, agronomists and other technical experts about crop recovery tactics and options for re-sowing.
The four pillars of the strategy took into consideration the evolving issues including refugees' crisis, the need for re-sowing social fabric and pushing for a regional integration.
Since water shortage is no more an issue, many growers in Sindh are re-sowing the crop again to overcome initial setback.
I have also been harvesting, and re-sowing, the seeds from various perennials in the garden for the last couple of weeks.
Thus, the session discussed issues related to timely harvesting of grain, accelerated re-sowing, provision of affordable prices in markets, preparation for winter, etc.
They said that growers are reluctant to go for re-sowing due to high expenditures and poor output.
The RHS advises replacing damaged turf by re-sowing with grass seed or laying turf in April.
THERE'S nothing easier than collecting, storing and re-sowing seeds from your garden.
As per estimates, almost half the rice crop of the province has been damaged, while as farmers usually use rainwater for re-sowing of rice in Sindh, the damages may go beyond 50 per cent.
The vault is intended to rescue the world's food system from catastrophe by preserving seeds of our essential crops so they can be multiplied for re-sowing in the aftermath of any big disaster.
Clean them to store in a cool, dark, dry place for re-sowing. If you have enough seeds, sprinkle them around the garden to see when they come up again.