tyfon

tyfon

[′tī‚fän]
(engineering acoustics)
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Try crimson clover, Austrian field peas, or tyfon greens.
I ploughed some of the land each year, removing worn-out leys and putting in summer forage for the cows: Tyfon stubble turnips worked well.
Tyfonisation Bureau holds the second position in terms of market share with a 14% share for its brand Tyfon. These brands enjoy a strong position due to their long-term presence.
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After the tyfon, lettuces, mustards and kale have been cut back two or three times, you can pen your birds over the planting and let them finish it up, or pull up the plants and toss them into your chicken yard.