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re·plant

(rē-plant'),
1. To perform replantation.
2. A part or organ so replaced or about to be so replaced.

replant

(rē-plănt′)
tr.v. re·planted, re·planting, re·plants
1. To plant (something) again or in a new place: separated and replanted the perennials.
2. To supply with new plants: replant a window box.
3. To reattach (an organ or limbs, for example) surgically to the original site.
n. (rē′plănt′)
Something replanted.

re′plan·ta′tion n.

re·plant

(rē-plant')
1. To perform replantation.
2. A part or organ so replaced or about to be so replaced.
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The field experiment was conducted with apple rootstocks (MM793 and MM111) in ARD (apple replant disease) infected sites of Shimla distt.
Children have increased healing potential, and therefore most surgeons will make all possible efforts to replant digits in children.
The period of observation was conventionally divided into stages in order to determine the risk of recurrence, depending on the length of replant incorporation: up to 30 days, from 30 to 120 days, from 120 to 240 days, and over 240 days with the number of investigated replants 7, 15, 8, and 5 respectively.
As part of our research, we established two almond replant trials in Madera County focused on fumigant-based options for control of PRD.
The CLPs also serve other important functions, including enabling the Pseudomonas to move about and form protective biofilms--both of which may contribute to the bacteria's usefulness as biological control agents against pathogens that cause apple replant disease.
When joining 100% Replanted, Allegro agreed to replant five trees for each tree used in 2003, which resulted in 1,640 trees planted in Central America.
Our experience has been that even when you replant manually, if you don't train the planters well and closely inspect their work, you won't achieve high survival" because of damage to the seedlings.
Viridian worked to replant more than 300 indigenous species that grew in the area before it was deforested.
If a farmers peanut field has two plants per foot or less, it is economically acceptable to replant, he said.
price not Depending on how large the plant actually was, replant some of the clumps back into the area (about 50 per cent) using the compost as planting medium.
TO HELP farmers quickly replant damaged crops due to extreme weather conditions and, thereby, help temper food inflation, the Department of Finance's chief economist is pushing for the immediate rollout of the Insurance Commission's agriculture microinsurance or MicroAgri framework.
Scientists conducted trials in microplots, above, and commercial orchards to test preplant strategies for use against Prunus replant disease.