Aftermath


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Wikipedia.

Aftermath

 

the grass that grows on hay fields or pastures after mowing or grazing. Aftermath yields are highest on fertile soils and in regions with a humid climate. The yields are particularly high if the first mowing or grazing occurs before the crops flower and if nitrogen fertilizers are applied after mowing or grazing. The biological property of grasses to grow after mowing or grazing is is known in Russian as otavnost’.

References in periodicals archive ?
Aftermath Silver Ltd is a Canadian junior exploration company engaged in acquiring, exploring, and developing mineral properties with an emphasis on silver in Chile.
But the dings are in the details of "The Aftermath," which appears to have left small chunks of exposition in an editor's memory chip.
"The three photos actually show the aftermath of an earthquake which struck near the town of Muzaffarabad in Pakistani Kashmir on October 8, 2005, killing tens of thousands of people," AFP stated.
Two specials aired over the last couple weeks for the series - "The Jehovah's Witnesses" and "Emotional Aftermath" - but now the main Season 3 episodes are beginning, starting with the first one, titled "Star Witness."
The film will revolve around a couple (Knightley and Clarke) that has to share their home with the house's previous owner (Skarsgard) and his daughter as an aftermath of World War II.
The report has been compiled over the current security of Sri Lankans living in the UK, in the aftermath of the Brigadier Priyanka Fernando incident and the activities of the LTTE and Tamil Diaspora members during the last 30 years.
Continue reading "In the Aftermath of the Vegas Shooting, Time to Nationalize Facebook, Twitter, and Google" at...
Governor Greg Abbott today released the following statement after the United States House of Representatives voted to allocate $7.85 billion as an initial down payment to Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
The buildings there looked somewhat scruffy but reader Sheila Walshaw is keen to point out that it was the aftermath of a terrible tragedy at that spot three years earlier.
A new study published in Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, a journal of the Nordic Federation of Societies of Obstetrics and Gynecology, found that feelings of blame and guilt dominate when midwives and obstetricians struggle to cope with the aftermath of a traumatic childbirth, but such events also made them think more about the meaning of life and helped them become better midwives and doctors.
Aftermath, a play about the late feminist author Andrea Dworkin, will be performed in Ottawa and Toronto this fall.
An ex-minister who has spoken to the report's authors said former spy chief Sir Richard Dearlove and the generals who oversaw the aftermath of the war will be criticised.