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weeds

(1)
Refers to development projects or algorithms that have no possible relevance or practical application. Comes from "off in the weeds". Used in phrases like "lexical analysis for microcode is serious weeds."

weeds

(2)
At CDC/ETA before its demise, the phrase "go off in the weeds" was equivalent to IBM's branch to Fishkill and mainstream hackerdom's jump off into never-never land.

What does it mean when you dream about weeds?

Weeds could indicate that the dreamer may have to weed out some ideas or negative thoughts from their consciousness. Their appearance could also indicate that some good friendships and/or relationships have gone to seed.

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The mantra of weed control is to never let weeds go to seed.
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Mohammad Ansar were of the view that the farmers have to play special attention to eradicate weed from the fields.
Results further suggested that chicken manure have potential of reducing weed biomass without affecting tomato yields in low nutrient soils when used in combinations with mineral fertilizers.
The outcome of this research on weed management will improve the economy of the individual farmers.
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This habit makes them susceptible to competition from weeds, which adversely affect yield and quality of these crops.
Efficient weeds control with penoxsulam application ensures higher productivity and economic returns of direct seeded rice.
My tomato plants loomed below, amidst the garden floor with the various species of weeds. Dad complained, "With all that pokeweed, I couldn't find me a single red, ripe tomato!"