windblow

windblow

(ˈwɪndˌbləʊ)
n
the uprooting of trees by wind
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The effect of windblow on timber quality in Sitka spruce.
Progeny rows were increased at the Sandhills Research Station near Windblow, NC, in 1993.
Hounds found it in the windblow of a small plantation.
Plant these in the container, spacing them out equally, and gently firming in to protect against windblow. The more plants you put into a container the better the show.
Stem damage is most commonly reported as percent of downed trees, referred to as windthrow, blowdown, windfall, or windblow. These terms are ambiguous and do not distinguish between stem breakage and uprooting (Schaetzl et al., 1989b).
The experiment was conducted in 1997 at three North Carolina locations [Clayton, (plinthic kandidult), Plymouth, (typic umbraquult), and Windblow (arenic paleudult)], in a randomized complete block design with three replications at each location.