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sow

(sou)
n.
a. An adult female pig, especially one that has had at least one litter.
b. The adult female of several other animals, such as the bear.

sow

a female pig that has had a litter.

sow mouth
the maxilla is foreshortened and the lower jaw protrudes beyond it.
sow stall
a farrowing stall with limited room for movement but maximum protection for the suckers.
sow thistles
non-productive sow days
the sow is neither lactating nor gestating. Used as a herd measure of management during the period between weaning of the sow and successful mating.
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Outdoor sowings of early carrots, spring onion, peas, radishes, salad leaf, spinach and leaf beet can be done now, under cloches in colder areas.
In the PNW, early sowing of winter wheat is associated with high SPU, high KW, and low KPS (Thill et al.
Minnie's sacrifice and Sowing and Reaping not only revise biblical tales, but they also serve as "lesson-teaching" stories for the treatment and behavior of African Americans during Reconstruction.
Farmers should select one of the above mentioned varieties while keeping in view the sowing time.
After sowing, farmers should keep the beds wet or moist for better germination.
The sowing date of sunflower has an impact on the oil content and the fatty acid composition of sunflower, in addition to yield.
Whole of the potash and phosphorus, while half of nitrogen were applied at sowing.
It was concluded that raised bed system was effective sowing method for spinach production.
Treatments included four dates of sowing (15th September, 15th October, 15th November and 15th December) as main plots and 3 varieties (JS-335, JS-93-05, Local) in sub plots.
Thus, it is concluded that 15th October sowing may be preferred for maximizing the spinach foliage yield.
Don't succumb to the temptation of sowing your seeds too thickly or, if you do, be prepared to thin them out.
I tend to use "All Year Round" lettuce and keep sowing into September.