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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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The model was found to be most sensitive to stream size and least sensitive to time of flow of water in the furrows.
indica Dubey & Sundararaj, and was differentiated from Asialeyrodes by the presence of a complete submarginal furrow and the absence of a caudal furrow.
The mean values of moisture content at the time of seedling emergence at 0-5 cm depth under disk-type furrow opener, reverse-hoe type furrow opener and hoe-type furrow opener were 11.
2004) showed that furrow size influenced infiltration, because the constant coefficient k of the Kostiakov model showed certain differences for each method and furrow size.
As it is shown in Table 4, the amount of changes in optimized input discharge for to reduce the length of furrow is insignificant.
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Mound and ridge furrows had the highest value of bulk density and this was significantly higher (p=0.
As the plowshare peeled back the soil, I fumbled in the syrup pail at my belt for seed potatoes, grasped a handful, some newly cut and slippery wet, and stepped reluctantly into the fresh furrow.
Metasternum obviously shortened, anterior postcoxal transverse grooves indistinct with row of coarse punctures along mesocoxal posterior margin; posterior antecoxal grooves and metasternal triangles distinct; metasternal plate slightly depressed medially, midline furrow barely indicated; surface with rather coarse and close, irregular setose punctures throughout.
Trout (1996) estimated the disparity as 10 to 30 times the field-averaged erosion for the upper fourth of furrows on a 1% sloping field of Portneuf silt loam, which has a "soil loss tolerance" around 11 Mg [ha.
VICTORIA Beckham has no furrows on her brow and no crow's feet.
Traditional sowing methods include broadcasting manually, opening furrows by a local plough and dropping seeds by hand and dropping seeds in the furrow through a bamboo/metal funnel attached to a plough.
A dead furrow results when neighboring furrows are plowed in opposite directions, throwing the soil away from each other (or the open furrow left at the edge of the field).
Technologies promoted in project countries include using short furrows,irrigating every second furrow, alternating furrow irrigation, laser leveling of furrows, and soil humidity measurement.
We established three cultivation patterns: 25 cm uniform row planting pattern; "20 cm + 40 cm" wide-narrow row planting pattern (wide-narrow row spacing is 40 cm and 20 cm respectively); and "20 cm + 40 cm" furrow planting pattern (double lines in the furrow with 20 cm spacing, 40 cm between furrows, and ridge height of 15 cm).