RE-SEED

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RE-SEEDRetirees Enhancing Science Education Through Experiments and Demonstrations
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It's only about a quarter of the garden that needs to be re-seeded, and I have thought of grass on a roll, but the cost is prohibitive, so I will soldier on, with liquid subsistence provided by her indoors, and sandwiches taken at regular intervals, in the wonderful early summer sunshine.
While the "wolves are people, too" crowd tries to reverse legal hunting of the predators, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation committed $150,000 for wildfire mitigation in Arizona, paying for livestock feed for private landowners whose pastures are being grazed by unusual concentrations of displaced elk The money will also re-seed native grasses in severely burned areas to speed recovery: Meanwhile in Missoula, US.
Surely, the track management at Newcastle must have had the option to re-seed runners the just for this final.
Researchers began a project to re-seed oysters into Jamaica Bay [NYT]
He had originally hoped to re-seed the same wicket used in the second test against West Indies last December.
Hardier than basil, dill can withstand light frost and re-seed in your garden.
The only drawback, if you have a heavy infestation, is that the lawn will look very bare once they are all dead, so you may need to re-seed or patch with new turf.
"Let's re-seed, re-soil, and re-soul the organic industry and mentor the next generation of organic leaders," said Robb in his closing address at the inaugural Organic Summit, held June 20 to 22.
"Let's re-seed, re-soil and re-soul the organic industry and mentor the next generation of organic leaders," said Robb in his closing address.
Allowed to re-seed, it will provide fall, winter, and spring forage for years.
The effect of seed carriers can be felt for days, months, and even years as the seeds take root in the organization, re-seed themselves, and flourish.