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interplant

 [in´ter-plant]
an embryonic part isolated by transference to an indifferent environment provided by another embryo.

in·ter·plant

(in'tĕr-plant),
The material transferred from donor to host in interplanting.
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Gourds are interplanted with popcorn and vigorously climb up corn stalks to gain freedom from moisture on the ground (and therefore stave off disease).
They are usually relegated out of the main display but come into their own when interplanted amongst marigolds.
Flowers, vegetables, herbs, fruit bushes and trees were interplanted for convenience and utility.
Progenies from four other populations (PSPR-92, PST-2DR, PST-2M3, and PST-2HL) were interplanted in the GH-94 nursery for a total of 8357 plants.
Organic vineyards are often interplanted with herbs and flowers and the wine is made from organically-grown grapes which do not undergo routine spraying with insecticides, herbicides and pesticides.
You don't need lots of space, as bulbs can be interplanted in among existing stars in your garden.
TRY variegated hostas interplanted with double daisies (belles), white forget-me-nots, the double tulip Mount Tacoma and White Dream.
Nurse trees or nurse shrubs are relatively short-lived species that are interplanted with crop trees to benefit their growth.
Existing vines are interplanted with tolerant rootstock resulting in a new vineyard being inserted inside an existing one.
Energy forests" of fast-growing species that burn efficiently are interplanted with edible mangoes and pineapples.
Since the vines were most likely interplanted with Merlot, the wines were, and continue to be, identified as Merlot.