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Synonyms for dibble

a wooden hand tool with a pointed end

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plant with a wooden hand tool

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make a hole with a wooden hand tool

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The Dibbler stands independently, using a steel spike inserted in the ground for support, or it can be attached to the golf bag.
The Minister said the Liberal National Government's new Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016, allowed for the listing of threatened ecological communities and critical habitat to protect species such as the dibbler.
Sowing was done manually with the help of dibbler by maintaining plant to plant distance of 20 cm and 2-3 seeds were placed per hole.
Seed was sown on ridges with the help of a dibbler by using seed rate of 8 kg ha-1 and plant-to-plant distance of 25 cm was maintained after thining at three leaves stage.
The crop was planted in 60 cm spaced rows with a dibbler with two seeds per hole maintaining 15 cm distance between two holes.
Seeds were sown with dibbler by putting two seeds at each pre- marked spot.
Sowing was done manually on ridges and beds, and by using dibbler on flat surface.
Hybrid seed was planted on ridges with the help of dibbler by using seed rate of 8 kg ha -1.
Maize seeds in 2009 and 2010 were planted on August 01 and August 04, respectively using a dibbler putting two seeds per hill keeping inter- and intra-row spacing of 75 cm and 25 cm, respectively.
Crop was sown in the month of March, with the help of a dibbler on 60 cm spaced ridges keeping plant to plant distance of 20 and 30 cm.
Maize hybrid (Pioneer 30Y87) was sown on 10 August, 2007 and sowing was done manually by maintaining row to row distance of 70 cm and plant to plant distance of 15 cm by using hand dibbler.
The seeding rate for maize was 25 kg ha-1 and planting was done using a dibbler with an inter-row spacing of 75, while plant to plant distance was 22.
The crop was sown with the help of dibbler by dropping two seeds per hill and then one plant per hill was maintained by thinning at three-leaf stage.