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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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"Use ferns as the mainstay and then you can interplant with many winter bulbs such as winter aconites, snowdrops and species daffodils and scilla.
During the 2011/12 season a replicated7 (R-7) honeycomb experiment was established including 70 plants per entry, with interplant distance of 100 cm (ULD of 1.15 plants [m.sup.-2]).
The treatment structure consisted of a complete factorial of 1, 2, and 3 seeds per hill at interplant spacing of 0.16, 0.32, and 0.48 m.
One remedy I've heard of for greenfly on roses is to interplant them with garlic.
He said he first looked at one metric: interplant shipments.
On the other hand, if different skills are available at different locations, then interplant division of labor is favored instead.
Obtained seedlings were raised in warm room covered by plastic film of the field with sowing date 18 April and transplanted on 7 May in 9.3 m rows spaced 1.05 m apart and with an interplant distance of 0.45 m.
Planting as the row and each plot consisted of 4 rows, 6 m in length, inter row spacing was 100 cm and interplant spacing was 60 cm.
Interplant communication: Airborne methyl jasmonate induces synthesis of proteinase inhibitors in plant leaves.