rewater

rewater

(riːˈwɔːtə)
vb
to water again
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The more extreme artificial breachings are more likely to dewater the marginal refuge areas at seasons when inflows are minimal or non-existent to rewater them fast enough to allow fish to survive.
"However, we're con-dent that the vast majority of the rewater used at Ystrad Mynach ran into M the foul water drains and therefore poses little risk to the local environment."
This autumn it plans to rewater a section of the route in Borrowcop Locks Canal Park, Tamworth Road, Lichfield - it will be the first part of the restored length to have water put back in it.
I water them in really well, and then only if it gets bone-dry do I rewater if they haven't germinated."
The British Eastern Fleet, under Admiral Somerville, was a considerable force, with three carriers (two of them new), five old battleships, and five cruisers, but the Japanese attack had come when it was off its cruising area south of Ceylon, to refuel and rewater at Addu Atoll in the distant southern Maldives.
Make sure that the compost dries out a bit before you rewater and check that drainage holes in the pot aren't blocked.
William Huskisson, MP for Liverpool, had attended the event to show his support and when the trains stopped to rewater at Parkside station, near Newton-le-Willows, he and other travellers, against instructions, left the carriages and stood on the opposite track.
The ReWater System out of Chula Vista, Calif., for example, routes graywater from drains to a small tank or "drum" equipped with a pump that sends the graywater to a sand-filled filter.
This is the time of the year to water, water again and then rewater. Daylength is still more than 14-1/2 hours long.
The strawberry plants were rewatered followed 144 h (74.78%) of drought treatment and sampled again 48 h later.
Irrigation was manipulated to create three different environments: (i) a fully irrigated control treatment, (ii) a mid-season water stress treatment where the crop was under progressive stress form approximately floral initiation (pre-anthesis) to flowering (post-anthesis) and rewatered thereafter until maturity and (iii) terminal stress, where irrigation was terminated at grain filling, and continuing until maturity.