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weed·er

 (wē′dər)
n.
One that removes weeds, as from a garden.

weed•er

(ˈwi dər)

n.
1. a person who removes weeds.
2. a device for removing weeds.
[1400–50]

Weeder

Cultivators that were used to break the soil crust over germinating seeds and to destroy young weeds.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Weeder - a farmhand hired to remove weedsweeder - a farmhand hired to remove weeds  
farm worker, farmhand, field hand, fieldhand - a hired hand on a farm
2.Weeder - a hand tool for removing weedsweeder - a hand tool for removing weeds  
hand tool - a tool used with workers' hands
References in classic literature ?
190-200) `Old man, weeder (20) of grassy Onchestus, I am come here from Pieria seeking cattle, cows all of them, all with curving horns, from my herd.
These hoes are relative newcomers to the garden scene, and include the scuffle hoe, colinear hoe, diamond hoe and -- one of my favorites -- the winged weeder.
Some of the popular products in the gardening equipment market are hand tools, cape cod weeder, paving weeder, fishtail weeder, hoe, shears and snips, lawnmowers, and trimmers and edgers.
Finally a huge congratulations to St Helens rod Chris Weeder Jnr this week on qualifying for the 'Maver Match This' grand final.
You'll need a corkscrew weeder to core the soil surrounding the root and lift it all out.
But it's without doubt that on Saturday evening he was bursting with pride after taking this league title and bringing it back to St Helens along with squad mates Paul Andrew, Paul Jones, Stu Conroy, Steve Conroy and Chris Weeder.
? Robotic weeder Computerised robotic weeders are commonplace in large horticulture operations, but their effectiveness on smaller plots has never been assessed.
Robotic weeder Computerised robotic weeders are commonplace in large horticulture operations but their effectiveness on smaller plots has never been assessed.
The set includes a scuffle weeder, large trowel, V-hoe, and weeding fork.
"One-horse farming--It is doubtful that the large farmers will be interested in this question, yet I know how much it means to the woman who asked it: Is there space enough to attach Wonder plow trucks to the beam of the diamond-tooth weeder? I have the trucks but not the weeder, and I do not wish to purchase a tool such as the weeder kind unless I can use the trucks on it.
We are hoping to try four new pieces of equipment over the next two years: an in-row mower for a few vigorous blocks; an air-pulse leaf remover, which will allow us to pull leaves right at fruit set; a Kulte finger weeder to make our Clemens Radius more effective, and a recirculating sprayer that can operate in our narrow rows on undulating terrain.
The ergonomic cobrahead weeder and cultivator can help you keep your garden weed free without injuring yourself.