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interplant

 [in´ter-plant]
an embryonic part isolated by transference to an indifferent environment provided by another embryo.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

in·ter·plant

(in'tĕr-plant),
The material transferred from donor to host in interplanting.
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Caption: Clockwise from bottom left: A hover fly pollinates fennel; cabbage interplanted with a cover crop; marigolds release nematode repellents; corn casts shade on beans; shallots benefit from clover's soil-enrichment qualities.
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"We interplanted a mix of other trees to bring in beneficial bugs and birds," she says.
Flowers, vegetables, herbs, fruit bushes and trees were interplanted for convenience and utility.
In Step 1 of the first X cycle, an extensive sampling of white- or red-seeded wheats would be interplanted with SB.
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.
Only on the most progressive properties are the forests now interplanted with other trees to diversify the agriculture.
"Energy forests" of fast-growing species that burn efficiently are interplanted with edible mangoes and pineapples.
But in order for the hybrid corn interplanted with coconut to be more productive and to reduce costs, the farms need to be mechanized.
Use decomposed granite or flagstones for a Mediterranean feel, or try concrete pavers interplanted with sedums for a modern look.