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bush

1
1. a dense woody plant, smaller than a tree, with many branches arising from the lower part of the stem; shrub
2. a dense cluster of such shrubs; thicket
3. 
a. an uncultivated or sparsely settled area, esp in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, or Canada: usually covered with trees or shrubs, varying from open shrubby country to dense rainforest
b. (as modifier): bush flies
4. a forested area; woodland
5. a fox's tail; brush

bush

2
a thin metal sleeve or tubular lining serving as a bearing or guide

Bush

1. George. born 1924, US Republican politician; vice president of the US (1981--89): 41st president of the US (1989--93)
2. his son, George W(alker.) born 1946, US Republican statesman: 43rd president of the US (from 2001)
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"Hogwash!" says the 81-year-old ecoforester, who has selectively logged and naturally reseeded his Wildwood woodlot ten times over the last five decades and still has the same volume of standing timber he started with in 1945.
A few years ago, we decided to become better stewards of our woodlot. Our interests had been piqued by a display at the Wyoming County Fair attributed to the New York Forest Owners Association.
In my woodlot in the western mountains of Maine, snowshoe hares are a big problem.
If your woodlot is loaded with briars, vines and overgrown understory, pasturing pigs will help clear the mess out so grasses or more beneficial trees and plants can be propagated.
The Trust has now established a woodlot at Corehead Farm which it acquired in 2009 thanks to donations of PS700,000.
The woodlot model will transfer skills and technology of raising woodlots to the community and improve the livelihood of land owners.
Before leaving, however, I hung a couple cameras in strategic places to hopefully get a feel for activity in the little woodlot. After all, a guy never knows what he might be missing, right?
The 20-year-old Leucaena leucocephala woodlot was adjacent to the cultivated maize field.
Caption: Reggie Wageman works on hauling logs from the woodlot.
Henry Kernan first wrote in the Conservationist of managing his woodlot in 1967.
Students in an entrepreneurship class harvested grapevines from edges of the new woodlot. Grapevines were woven in to wreaths and were sold at the new Carhartt store on Cass Avenue in Detroit this past Christmas season.
4, Gary set up the Ameristep Doghouse blind, which Rhonda had purchased for him, in a small grove of trees between a 3-acre woodlot and the pond.