side dressing

Related to side dressing: top dressing

side dressing

n.
A covering of fertilizer or compost spread next to or around a plant or row of plants, sometimes lightly worked into the soil.
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Don't think that country side dressing has to be your old jeans and wellies, it's possible to look super on trend whilst getting your hands dirty, whether you're picnicking, off on a walk or heading to the park.
Horseradish cream is served as a side dressing to steak when mixed with sour cream.
5) Instruction for safe performance of roof and side dressing in underground workings of corridors and chambers of the Wieliczka Salt Mine, constituting Annexe No.
Based on the information available so far, our objective in this study was to evaluate the macronutrient accumulation and the efficiency of out-of-season corn and Congo grass intercropped under a no-tillage system as a function of the nitrogen fertilisation as side dressing in the rows of out-ofseason corn and Congo grass.
These unprecedented insights help farmers to better manage crops around seed emergence, weeds, insect damage, nutrition deficiency, fertilizer top and side dressing, yield estimation, harvest priority and automated scouting.
Our introductory product is designed to modify or replace the practice of side dressing corn.
Thus, yield can be enhanced up to 300% compared with common bean plants that were fertilized neither with Mo nor with an N side dressing (Amane, Vieira, Novais, & Araujo, 1999).
The Villa team were in the north side dressing room from which most Cup winners have emerged.
Suddenly, we're into pop song territory, there's a proper tune and everything and the opening half of the album seems like so much side dressing.
They will benefit from a side dressing of fertilizer.
The experiment was comprised of two fertilizer sources (DAP and NP) and four application methods: Control (M0), Broad cast (M1), Side dressing at planting (M2), broadcast at planting + at 1st irrigation (M3) and Broadcast at 1st irrigation (M4).
Main plots had five irrigation regimes (I1, I2, I3, I4, I5) and sub-plots were composed of 3 phosphorus application methods (P1 = side dressing, 3 inches side the seed, P2 = broadcasting at the time of seedbed preparation and P3 = top dressing immediately after first irrigation).