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A grove; a thicket or small grouping of trees in a garden, park, or the like.
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Furrow irrigations of approximately 25.0 mm each were applied every 10 d or 10 d after a rain event of 25.0 mm or more on the Dundee silty clay site beginning at growth stage V4 and continuing until R7 Irrigations on the Bosket very fine sand were required on a 7 d schedule due to the poor water holding capacity of the soil.
Seed were planted on 18 April 1995 (Test 1) at one location on a mixed soil type (a Bosket very fine sandy loam and a Dundee very fine sandy loam) and on 10 May 1995 for the second location on Dundee silty clay (Test 2).
All God's Children: The Bosket Family and the Tradition of American Violence.
'The concentration of the active zone into a long rhythmical bosket, the idea of the physical connection of the western and eastern parts and numerous proposed demolitions received criticism.
(245) See, e.g., Fox Butterfield, All God's Children: The Bosket Family and The
Luke Bosket, from the AA, said: "When it has been raining heavily for days on end then common sense tells you that verges are going to be very soft.
Talks were given by Marti Severt (The Netherlands) and Professor Diego Bosket (Argentina) *The Russian seminar on The Music Library Today: Achievements and Problems (Russian State Library) took place in March.
Typic Fragiudalf MS Starkville-North Leeper scl fine, smectitic, nonacid, Farm thermic Vertic Epiaquept MS Starkville-Ramsey Marietta fsl fine-loamy, siliceous, Bottom thermic Fluvaquentic Eutrochept MS Stoneville Bosket vfsl fine-loamy, mixed, active, thermic Mollic Hapludalfs ([dagger]) Sites for Bossier City in 1996 (Latanier) and 1997 (Norwood).
Field plots of the upland cotton genotypes `Acala Maxxa', `MD 51ne', and `SureGrow 125' were grown on a Bosket fine sandy loam (fine-loamy, mixed, thermic Mollic Hapludalf) near Stoneville, MS, in 1995 to 1997.
The entries sampled were accessions in maturity groups V through VIII from the USDA Soybean Germplasm Collection and were grown at Stoneville, MS, on a Bosket fine-sandy loam soil (fine-loamy, mixed thermic, Mollic Hapludalf).
A) was conducted for 2 yr (1994 and 1995) on a Bosket fine sandy loam (fine-loamy, mixed thermic Molli Hapludalf).