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Adj.1.small-seeded - having relatively small seeds
seedy - full of seeds; "as seedy as a fig"
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The vegetable types presented will be small-seeded crops such as greens, cabbage and root vegetables.
Because ants preferentially consume small-seeded species and rodents prefer large-seeded species (Mittelbach and Gross, 1984; Orrock and Damschen, 2005), changes in ant and/or rodent granivory may generate changes in seed survival that lead to shifts in plant abundance and plant community composition (Brown and Heske, 1990; Hulme, 1998; Crawley, 2000; MacMahon et al, 2000; Orrock et al, 2006; Clark et al., 2007) Therefore, understanding how S.
Reds can eat the small seeds of coniferous trees, while small-seeded conifers are less favoured by grey squirrels as they do not provide them with enough nutrition.
Kodo is one of the minor millets, a group of highly variable small-seeded grasses consumed in several states of India.
Most researches supported the theory that large seeds have a competitive advantage over smaller seeds by having higher germination rates and having greater nutrient reserves for the young seedlings, which enables the seedlings to grow larger to tap resources earlier than their small-seeded counterparts [11], [22], [33], [25], [34], [2].
Small-seeded soybeans indicating wild-type soybeans date to 9,000 years ago.
Particularly hard hit by the hot and dry weather were small-seeded crops, such as carrots and onions, that experienced poor germination due to the dry soil conditions.
The CNH Precision Air Hoe Drill, available as the Case IH Precision Hoe[TM] 800 Air Hoe Drill and the New Holland P2070 Precision Hoe Drill, delivers the precise seed and fertilizer placement demanded by producers growing high-value, small-seeded crops on large acreages.
You can also grow normal varieties in the usual way but plant them closer together and pick them when they are smaller, including tiny Brussels sprouts and small-seeded broad beans.
Dhillon and Kler (1976) also noted that plants established from small-seeded soybean varieties (Glycine max L.
Although TARS-PT03-1 is small-seeded, it should help plant breeders develop cultivars with disease resistance and greater yield potential.