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Synonyms for furrow

Synonyms for furrow

an indentation or seam on the skin, especially on the face

Synonyms for furrow

a long shallow trench in the ground (especially one made by a plow)

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hollow out in the form of a furrow or groove

make wrinkled or creased

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cut a furrow into a columns

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Mechanical trailers come with a "trip rope" that either drops the plows to start plowing, or raises the plows (through power from the plow wheels) at the end of the furrow.
The irrigation methods were furrow irrigation for furrow and flood irrigation for uniform row and wide-narrow row.
The investment costs for irrigation systems also vary considerably, from about $210 per acre for furrow and $556 per acre for a quarter-section center-pivot system, to $1,200 per acre for an SDI installation in 2011 dollar values (Amosson et al.
Although the astral microtubule signaling hypothesis for furrow specification is well supported by a number of studies using echinoderm embryos, it has been interpreted as running counter to the large body of evidence in other experimental systems showing that signals derived from the chromosomes and the central spindle are responsible for Rho activation and subsequent cytokinesis (reviewed in Glotzer, 2009; Green et al.
Key words: Drip and Furrow irrigation system, sunflower, seed index, water use efficiency and yield
A species of Tannudiscus with a subconical frontal glabellar lobe, which reaches the anterior border furrow and is 52-61% the length of the posterior glabellar lobe.
The effect of trickle and furrow irrigation systems on yield and water use efficiency of garlic population of Hamedan.
12] pointed out that the minimum information needed to evaluate soil erosion in furrow includes the amount of soil lost during the irrigation along with some field and irrigation characteristics such as field slope, field length, soil texture, furrow inflow rate, and irrigation duration.
A ripper tine cracks open the compacted plough pan, allowing for deep root penetration, while wings fitted on the tines create furrows that guide rain water to the planting lines, thus creating infield rain water harvesting.
indica Dubey & Sundararaj, and was differentiated from Asialeyrodes by the presence of a complete submarginal furrow and the absence of a caudal furrow.
The air drill utilizes Versatile's patented ALIVE (Active Level Independent Vertical Emergence) seed placement and seed furrow control technology that gives growers the opportunity to choose a desired seed furrow profile (seed placement position) from the tractor cab.
This research was conducted to evaluate the field performance of three newly developed types of furrow opener.
The hedges marking the boundaries of the long, narrow ridge-and furrow fields and a medieval farming area, will be lost.
Ridge furrow tillage with supplemental irrigation can effectively improve soil moisture storage and agricultural water-use efficiency in the semi-arid region of the Loess Plateau, where a shortage of water resources is serious (Li et al.
If your heart is constantly yearning for an unearthly squall of teeth shattering guitar or a yelp of tuneless vocal, dive into Furrow.