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planted

In joinery and plastering, fabricated or made on a separate piece of stuff; afterward fixed in place, as a planted molding.
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With the amount of crop currently planted, such modified cottonseeds could fill the daily protein needs of about 500 million people, the researchers say.
Having chosen a perfect site, prepped the soil, and planted the perfect tree, bush, or vine; you might consider companion plants.
The 100-plus acres of pine trees planted by Bowen employees--preventing the release of about 2,000 tons of carbon into the atmosphere--is dwarfed by the 21 million tons of carbon dioxide the plant releases in a year.
These men in uniform, women in furs, and little children in their Sunday best probably never imagined that there would be many, many more groves of memorial trees planted as the decades passed.
The "seeds" of D'Amato's passion for carnivores were planted when he was 10 years old.
Instead of removing the gypsum byproduct, which residents say sometimes goes airborne and creates choking dust, IMC has planted grass on part of it, creating a golf course effect.
Basil seeds are small, so they should be planted fairly shallowly.
In a year with typical rainfall, Wied and Galen's alpine thistle and monument seeds germinated regardless of whether the researchers planted them on bare ground or on places scattered with parts of an adult plant.
Seedlings and cuttings of native trees, shrubs, and ferns are propagated on the refuge and then planted in abandoned pasture and forest clearings to restore native habitat decimated by grazing cattle and overrun by alien grasses and weeds.
The seeds of D'Amato's enthusiasm for carnivores were planted when he was just 10 years old.
A sturdy, foursquare man, he sits solidly in a straightbacked chair at the kitchen table of his ancestral house, his feet planted firmly on the floor.
AMERICAN FORESTS recently compiled a list of 9 projects in five states where 2.5 million trees could be planted; proposals for 2002 planting in Montana and northern Idaho alone total nearly 3 million trees.