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Synonyms for orchard

garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth

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For one very, very large orchardist here, a big exporter for the State, so a big income earner for the State but hes saying hes had half the number of applicants that he would normally have.
The high pressure constant stream afforded by this device proved very effective against the deadly scale and Bean's sprayer was soon in great demand among other Valley orchardists.
Luckily, The BackYard Orchardist, by Stella Otto, can help home gardeners eliminate those impediments and ensure they will reap what they sow.
Backyard orchardists will find help in Colby Eierman's fruit Trees in Small Spaces (Timber Press, 2012; $25).
I6yo Sarah leaves behind her school friends and their crushes on the sons of local orchardists to take up a place in a New Jersey academy.
Dwarf or semi-dwarf are preferred over standard trees by most backyard fruit growers as well as full-time commercial orchardists.
Srinagar, Nov 4 (ANI): The horticulture department of Jammu and Kashmir organised a fruit show on Thursday, with an aim to spread awareness among orchardists about growing rare and profitable varieties of fruits.
A report in the Waikato Times in August said the Kiwifruit Vine Health (KVH) and Zespri Kiwifruit orchardists were gearing up to spray their Pseudomonas syringae pv Actinidiae (Psa)infected vines with an antibiotic, streptomycin, in a bid to fend off the worst effects of vine canker.
Similarly, Teixeira's investigation of The Orchardists of the Okanagan Valley describes how sampling was done by accessing the membership of the local Portuguese organizations.
By using plastic bags, I had some perfect, unsteamed apples, yet I thought there must be a better way, and, indeed, I've found a strategy that I recommend to small orchardists.
The IrriSATSMS system is already being used by about 200 irrigators in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area, Colleambally and the Hawkesbury-Nepean areas west of Sydney; on cotton in the Gwydir, Namoi and Border river districts of Queensland; and by orchardists and grape growers in Victoria's Goulburn-Murray and Sunraysia districts.
None of the procedures are, in themselves, new to orchardists.
The ragtag bunch of activists, community gardeners, school kitchen garden specialists, orchardists, seed savers and others at the ACFCGN conference knew what she meant.
In the summer of 2003, farmer-writer-photographer Michael Ableman and his son piled their belongings into an old VW touring wagon and set off from their farm on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia on a journey to talk with the most cutting-edge vegetable farmers, orchardists, grain growers, dairy farmers, and cheese makers in the US.
He also said, "If you are envisioning hippies, think again: these are engineers, contractors, technology integrators, homebuilders, printers, realtors, orchardists, health clinicians and more.