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Synonyms for seeder

a person who seeds clouds

a mechanical device that sows grass seed or grain evenly over the ground

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a kitchen utensil that removes seeds from fruit

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Dragging a chain behind the seeder covers the grain.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Eker gave information to Helir-Valdor Seeder about agriculture in Turkey and noted that private sector should be encouraged to boost agricultural production.
Miguel Giussani uses Agrometal seeders for his fields outside Buenos Aires.
Opico Air 16 electronic seeder Opico has new electric versions of its Air 8 and Air 16 pneumatic seeders, available with an in-cab control box for continuous monitoring of seed distribution.
Taylor had a touchdown-saving tackle and Seeder had an interception.
Each time a person leeched an album, they became a seeder of it.
Taking the fact into consideration that, for example, milk production exceeds the demand on the domestic market, this direction needs to be developed," adds Seeder.
1674 Jethro Tull, English agriculturist who invented the horse-drawn seeder and hoe, whose ideas helped form the basis of modern agricultural machinery 1872 The Wanderers beat the Royal Engineers 1-0 in the first FA Cup final, at Kennington Oval in London
This new range includes the Novatek 428/4 four-pocket roll plant consisting of divider moulder, intermediate prover, finishing table, wetter seeder and automatic panner.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Scientific Equipments & other materials :Pro step seeder Automatic pro try filling, dibbling, seeding and watering machine with capacity of 200 tray / hour.
The EGO FlexSeeder has been designed to fit a variety of seeder platforms and allows OEMs, aftermarket professionals, and farmers the ability to economically upgrade their planting systems with state-of-the-art drive technology.
Minister of Agriculture Helir-Valdor Seeder said that this loan will most likely not be the last for Estonia, but that Estonia's loan burden is low compared to those of most EU nations.
The company, of Kirkpatrick Fleming, Dumfries and Galloway, uses an Opico Air 16 pneumatic seeder mounted on a six-metre grass harrow.