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trellis

a structure or pattern of latticework, esp one used to support climbing plants

Trellis

A structural frame supporting an open latticework or grating constructed of either metal or wood, used to support plants or vines or left exposed.

trellis

trellis
1. An open grating or latticework, of either metal or wood.
2. An arbor or framework for the support of vines; a treillage.

Trellis

(1)
An object-oriented language from the University of Karlsruhe(?) with static type-checking and encapsulation.

Trellis

(2)
An object-oriented application development system from DEC, based on the Trellis language. (Formerly named Owl).

E-mail: Jerry Smith <smith@pipe.enet.dec.com>

["Persistent and Shared Objects in trellis/owl", P. O'Brien et al, Proc 1986 IEEE Workshop on Object-Oriented Database Systems, IEEE, NY 1986].
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Presently, the common cultivation system at local farmers level consists of transplanting six tomato plants per one metre coir bags, and the trellising of the tomato plants on two horizontal trellising wires, three on each opposite side.
It involves transplanting only three seedlings per coir bag, tipping the main stem to allow two healthy suckers to grow and trellising of the two suckers on the wires.
Wample said, noting that the price of steel, grape yield and quality goals all make the trellising decision an important aspect of a company's ultimate economic payout.
VSP may be ideal for dense plantings in California's North and Central coasts, but conditions in the more extreme climate of Eastern Washington call for different approaches to many aspects of viticulture, including trellising.
The increase in yield from trellising when pruned to the same number of buds per vine was mainly due to greater bud-break per node resulting in significant increases in the number of clusters per vine.