artificially dried

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kiln-dried, hot-air-dried

Dried or seasoned artificially in a kiln; excess moisture has been driven off by heating; usually has a moisture content, 1 of 6 to 12%.
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The rates of aid set by the Council in 1995, particularly for artificially dried fodder, were higher than those recommended by the Commission.
By doing so, viability and dormancy could be distinguished in artificially dried immature seed.
Artificially dried seeds of both Steptoe and Morex were capable of precocious germination at about 2 wk after anthesis (Fig.