seedhead

seed·head

 (sēd′hĕd′)
n.
An infructescence consisting of dry fruits, especially capsules.

seedhead

(ˈsiːdhɛd)
n
(Botany) a seed-containing part of some plants that develops after flowering or fruiting

seedhead


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1. A term used to describe the inflorescence that contains developing seed of some plants, particularly grasses.
2. A generic term used to describe the inedible fruit that contains ripe seed.
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The OTL comedy and theatre programme is just as impressive and there is also spoken word, serious thinking and a few surprises in store and this year including a family-sized bites with All Ages Out to Lunch - a programme of events curated by our very own Seedhead Arts, including Sketchy, (not-so) Mid Week Magic and Belfast Food Tours vs Seedhead With Tape On His Face Street Art Walking Tour.
This second edition contains 50 new weed profiles, plus 400 additional high-quality color photos of the weed in habit, the seedhead or flower, and in some cases, what the weed looks like when dormant.
We can mow it, but three days later it will sprout another seedhead," says Clemmer, a roadside environmental engineer for NCDOT's vegetation management team.
holci fungus infects the seedhead, turning its reproductive structure into a crumbly, black mass.
There is also spoken word, serious thinking and a few surprises in store and this year OTL also offers family-sized bites with All Ages Out to Lunch - a programme of events curated by our very own Seedhead Arts, including Sketchy, (not-so) Mid Week Magic and Belfast Food Tours vs Seedhead Street Art Walking Tour.
Plant 93-2909 differed from Midnight for turf characteristics before seedhead expression.
Dearl Sanders and local herbicide supplier BASF to demonstrate the effectiveness of seedhead suppression using Plateau herbicide in test plots along several Baton Rouge roadsides.
The objectives of this study were to compare (i) turfgrass quality, (ii) lateral stolon growth, (iii) seasonal mowing frequency and accumulative turfgrass clippings, and (iv) seedhead growth inhibition-suppression of St.
Adam Turkington of Seedhead Arts, director of Belfast Culture Night, has been leading the campaign to have the mural restored to its former glory.