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potting

[′päd·iŋ]
(electronics)
Process of filling a complete electronic assembly with a thermosetting compound for resistance to shock and vibration, and for exclusion of moisture and corrosive agents.
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There are also petite peat and wood fiber shells known as Jiffy Pots which can be filled with potting soil and then used for germinating seeds or rooting shoot tip cuttings.
When potting into large deep pots, use a short piece of wood to lightly firm the compost around the sides of the rootball to prevent air pockets forming.
Set the planter box in its permanent location (it's heavy when full); fill it partway with potting soil.
The eldest, John, now has a pottery and international reputation of his own, at Muchelney in Somerset, while Jeremy and Simon both combine potting with other interests.
These find use in filament winding, pultrusion, prepreg manufacture, potting and encapsulation, powder coating, and vacuum-pressure impregnation.
Fill in the remainder of the bowl with potting soil; press to firm down well.
These anhydrides find use in filament winding, pultrusion, prepreg manufacture, potting and encapsulation, powder coating, and vacuum-pressure impregnation.
Then put rocks, broken pottery or crushed aluminum cans in the bottom before adding potting soil.
Fill it partway with potting soil fortified with controlled-release fertilizer, then nest an empty 6-inch plastic pot in the center of the larger container.