scrog


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scrog

(skrɒɡ)
n
(Plants) Scot a small tree or bush
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It was a rough part, all hanging stone, and heather, and big scrogs of birchwood; and away at the far end towards Balachulish, little wee red soldiers were dipping up and down over hill and howe, and growing smaller every minute.
After passing through two metal gates turn left and go ahead (through two more gates) past High Scrog Farm and through another gate in the left hand corner of the field.
4 Grade II a Aisled 4 4 The property on Long Tongue Scrog Lane in Kirkheaton is currently being marketed by Bramleys, with an asking price of PS900,000.
The results of an experimental indoor hydroponic Cannabis growing study, using the "Screen of Green" (ScrOG) method--Yield, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and DNA analysis.