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sprout

a newly grown shoot or bud
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Sprout includes a webcam, projector, touch-mat display, advanced 3D scanning and 3D print connectivity.
CHRISTMAS' most hated vegetable at last has something to sprout about - after being given a chocolate makeover.
Each sprout is a one- to two-inch diameter replica of a green cabbage.
Seeking better nutrition for their birds, some poultry enthusiasts sprout grains and seeds for feed, especially when green pasture is scarce.
today unveiled Sprout Pro by HP -- designed for schools and professionals -- and detailed the evolution of its Immersive Computing platform.
The sprout supplier has a certified in-house laboratory that ensures all sprout seeds that pass through their door are thoroughly tested to be free of human or plant based pathogens.
Impact###of germination time on comparative sprout quality characteristics of desi and Kabuli type chickpea cultivars (Cicer arietinum L).
Here's STEVE MYALL with 20 things you didn't know about the humble sprout.
The European Union has made a move to further reinforce the safety of sprout production in order to prevent incidents like the E.
In present study, given the necessity of this is issue, we have focused only to study on sprout clump stricture, oak sprout generation and their relation to physiographic factors (altitude from sea level, direction, land slope and from).
Freshfel, the European fresh produce association, this week sent a letter to sprouted seed suppliers across Europe, proposing the creation of a formal European Sprout Association and a quality label.
The primary objectives were to develop baseline information on oak sprouting following harvesting and to develop predictive models of sprout survival and growth for use by resource managers and landowners.