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windrow

[′win‚drō]
(geology)
Any accumulation of material formed by wind or tide action.
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Geringhoff Stover Collection (SC) for cellulosic ethanol production delivers clean windrows with single pass harvesting.
coli O157:H7 with the windrow compost manure having a significantly higher (p<0.
I set the old dog down on the ground and with the use of hand signals sent him off in the right direction toward the birds I hoped were still there along that windrow.
The transect for soil sampling was aligned at 90[degrees] to the green strips believed to be the windrow burn and was 38 m long so as to cross the burn zone while sampling unburnt zones to either side.
Even if "woods" in this case translates into only a defunct farmstead on a half-acre or half a mile of laser-straight windrow.
The waste collected will be composted at a dedicated recycling centre, called an in-vessel composting system, which will be built at the Lamby Way landfill and run alongside the existing windrow system for composting garden waste.
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.
Advanced Terrain Modelling Richard Windrow Osprey Publishing 400 Hahn Road, Westminster, MD 21157 9781841769752, $29.
Manufactures both attachment machines and complete machines for windrow composting, bioremediation and stabilization, sludge drying and land application for liquids, sludge cakes and compost, as well as brush and tree shredding equipment.
THE LAST VALLEY: DIEN BIEN PHU AND THE FRENCH DEFEAT IN VIETNAM by Martin Windrow (Cassell pounds 9.
Editor's Note: Ideachip Oy is a Finnish manufacturer of screener crushers, windrow turners and stabilization systems.