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Synonyms for sow

Synonyms for sow

to put (seeds) into the ground for growth

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Synonyms for sow

an adult female hog

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place (seeds) in or on the ground for future growth

place seeds in or on (the ground)

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Sow the seeds thinly and evenly and lightly cover with fine crumbly soil.
Rake down a piece of ground to a fine tilth, gently create rows about half an inch deep and sow the seed as thinly as possible.
In the spring you can then sow the seed at about 18C, with germination occurring after about 28 days.
You could sow the seeds now but it's probably best to wait till spring.
PPS is a condition that makes life harder for those living with polio, and its impact will be felt in this country for many years to come, hence the need to Sow the Seeds of Hope, and the planting of seeds is a fun way of getting younger generations involved in an enjoyable and educational way.
Sow the seeds in April directly into drills 1cm deep and 30cm apart, sowing two seeds at 15cm intervals so you won't need to do much thinning later on.
Sow the seeds in April directly into the ground in drills 1cm deep and 30cm apart, sowing two seeds at 15cm intervals so you won''t need to do much thinning later on.
Sow the seeds thinly in drills about 23cm (9in) apart, water them in and don't bother to thin them out, just cut them as you need them.
It is time to sow the seeds of a few selected plants - indoors.
I'll sow the seeds on October 10 and protect them with cloches through the winter.
Summary: <p>Senior Shiite cleric Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah and Progressive Socialist Party (PSP) leader MP Walid Jumblatt on Wednesday stressed on the need to face US-Israeli schemes that aim to "weaken Lebanon's domestic front and sow the seeds of inter-Muslim strife.
Sow the seeds outdoors in spring in groups of three or four, 1.
Sow the seeds thinly to give them every chance to develop free of competition, and lightly cover with a little more soil.
Draw out shallow drills with a cane then sow the seeds thinly, keeping different varieties apart.
The initiative joins an effort currently underway by 20 co-ops nationwide -- most of them in the upper Midwest -- that have teamed up to raise more than $30,000 for Sow the Seeds so far.