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windrow

[′win‚drō]
(geology)
Any accumulation of material formed by wind or tide action.
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This exceptionally clean windrow is then baled for feed, bedding or in POET's case, used for ethanol production.
Ten freestanding windrows were constructed at the Botanical Garden of the Department of Plant Science and Technology University of Jos.
The adjacent points in the proposed windrows were spaced 10 m apart.
Two days later everyone was in the hayfield, raking the hay into windrows and gathering the windrows into cocks.
Christopher Haynes, 19, of Flordon, Skelmersdale; Susan Powell, 32, of Willow Hey, Skelmersdale; Phillip Brocklehurst, 20, of Helmsdale, Skelmersdale; Elvio Perestrello, 38, of Windrows, Skelmersdale, and Gary Clarke, 23, of Tintagel, Skelmersdale, also admitted conspiracy and received various suspended sentences and community service orders.
After it leaves the grinder, the yard waste material is placed into composting windrows where it slowly converts to marketable topsoil.
Also, the 615P Belt Pickup Platform is a header designed to harvest bigger windrows with faster ground speeds.
Now we have also got an agreement with a local housing trust and are in negotiations with other councils to take their waste, which is shredded before being piled up in open- air windrows," said Stuart.
But the whole idea of these machines on tracks is that you can make windrows.
5-m-wide windrows (522 t DM/ha) of harvesting residues from the first-rotation hoop pine plantation.
Regeneration is achieved by burning logging debris, often partially piled into windrows or slash-heaps, to create a heat-sterilised, mineral-earth seedbed.