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windrow

[′win‚drō]
(geology)
Any accumulation of material formed by wind or tide action.
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They showed temperatures achieved when burning narrow canola windrows effectively killed sclerotinia stem rots primary inoculum source sclerotia - within the windrow.
At 150g/m2, Windrow TX is less than a third of the weight of conventional compost covers, providing the compost industry with the latest generation of breathable covers for open window installations.
To process the new food waste material, including meats and cooked or processed foods that were not accepted at the compost center before, WeCare must grind and mix the material on a daily basis into compost windrows, which are long piles of yard waste and food waste laid out in rows to dry in the wind.
They use aerated static pile composting, which avoids the cost of windrow turning machines and reduces the odors that come from rotting organic waste.
Mr Windrow had just been walking home, and his life was taken from him because of the reckless actions of one individual.
coli O157:H7 with the windrow compost manure having a significantly higher (p<0.
After pocketing that fourth bird, I watched as the covey settled down along a windrow that would put them about 400 yards from my truck.
Rather, Mr Windrow has set out to show the role played by the Foreign Legion in France's foreign and colonial policies and, where possible, by individual men.
It's designed with enough power to essentially eat through a windrow of waste material at a rate of 6000 cu.
Luke Windrow, 18, was walking home after leaving the Hotel California, Birkenhead, in the early hours of the morning when he met James Davies, 19, whom he vaguely knew.
Berkswell Quarry, Cornets End Lane, Meriden - open windrow composting of organic material.
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