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planted

In joinery and plastering, fabricated or made on a separate piece of stuff; afterward fixed in place, as a planted molding.
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The MTA also planted more than 5,000 trees, including California natives, such as the bushy yellow-flowered palo verde, the coast live oak and the cottonwood, whose leaves turn bright yellow in the fall.
The 100-plus acres of pine trees planted by Bowen employees--preventing the release of about 2,000 tons of carbon into the atmosphere--is dwarfed by the 21 million tons of carbon dioxide the plant releases in a year.
In a year with typical rainfall, Wied and Galen's alpine thistle and monument seeds germinated regardless of whether the researchers planted them on bare ground or on places scattered with parts of an adult plant.
The Civilian Conservation Corps, commonly called the CCC, planted 2.
The "seeds" of D'Amato's passion for carnivores were planted when he was 10 years old.
John Kromer, a farmer from Norwalk, Ohio, reported, "We had 125 acres of corn planted by April 11, with 40 acres planted using Early Plant corn.
A crowded garden, by the way, is not a series of shrubs planted cheek by jowl in a hedge; neither is it an endless expanse of monotonous ground cover.
Efforts during the 20th century include the planting of American elms from the Capitol to the Washington Monument by the McMillan Commission, headed by Michigan Senator James McMillan, chair of the Senate Committee on the District of Columbia, In 1912 Japan gave the United States its now-famous Japanese flowering cherries, which were planted along the Tidal Basin (see
The seeds of D'Amato's enthusiasm for carnivores were planted when he was just 10 years old.
During 2004 when cold, wet early spring conditions caused many farmers in the northern Corn Belt to miss their optimum planting dates, and lack of heat units in the spring and summer caused slower corn growth than normal, Intellicoat Early Plant coated corn delivered important benefits in yield and dry-down versus corn planted after the optimum period.
When we put in landscape, it's an instant transformation from bare to planted,'' Smith said.
A canola field planted with one variety sprouted hybrid volunteers that combined the herbicide resistances of their parents, Linda Hall of Agriculture Canada in Edmonton, Alberta, and her colleagues reported in 2001.