black frost


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black frost

[¦blak ′frȯst]
(hydrology)
A dry freeze with respect to its effects upon vegetation, that is, the internal freezing of vegetation unaccompanied by the protective formation of hoarfrost. Also known as hard frost.
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The fleece covers have been replaced by heavy duty black frost sheets and Arkell hopes they will save the meeting, with no inspection currently planned.
And Christ The King Ladies moved into fourth place in the race for the pounds 2,000 first prize with Black Frost at 6-1.
Black Frost, thrown into handicap company on his chasing introduction at Haydock, jumped as though he had been doing it for years apart from a mistake at the first.
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Normally, we would have experienced a black frost by now.
Smith's stable is in good form at present and her winning tally moved onto the 32 mark at Haydock yesterday when Black Frost made a promising debut over fences in the Grey Monk Novices'Chase.
The Brazilian Black Frost of 1975 was a boom for producers but devastating to consumers.
Brazil's Black Frost of 1975 changed the economics of the industry.
Since the Black Frost of 1975, which devastated much of Brazil's Southern coffee producing districts, American importers and roasters have looked upon Brazil as being more and more the land of poorer grades of unwashed Arabicas, and the new world incubator for Conillon Robustas.
Black Frost won his third chase at Haydock earlier this month.
The degradation of blends hit a low in 1977 when Robustas replaced Brazils in America's blends in the wake of the Black Frost of 1975.