Some articles on planting:
... Because of the "wine lake", the European Union operates a system of planting rights to vineyards, where new vineyards only are allowed if planting rights are transferred from another ... and in the German implementation of this system, the planting rights have been divided out by the federal German government to the wine-growing German states ... meant that Mecklenburg-Vorpommern didn't have any planting rights, and only could acquire such rights if they were transferred from another state ...
... Sustainable planting is an approach to planting design and landscaping-gardening which supports with the principles of sustainability ... a xeriscaping approach to the use of water planting on roofs and walls ...
... Tillage prior to planting adds cost per acre farmed and has not been shown to increase soybean yields significantly ... “No till” is the practice of planting seed directly into the ground without disturbing the soil prior to planting ... Planting no-till places seed directly into a cooler and wetter seed bed, which can slow germination ...
... transplanted in a well prepared growing bed with a high organic matter in a planting distance of 6-10 inch (15–25 cm) ...
... King and Beth Chatto), Dream Plants for the Natural Garden (2000) and Planting the Natural Garden (2003) (both with Henk Gerritsen), Designing With ... many changes which reflect Oudolf's constantly developing planting design ...
More definitions of "planting":
- (noun): A collection of plants (trees or shrubs or flowers) in a particular area.
Example: "The landscape architect suggested a small planting in the northwest corner"
- (noun): Putting seeds or young plants in the ground to grow.
Example: "The planting of corn is hard work"
Famous quotes containing the word planting:
“For my people lending their strength to the years: to the gone
years and the now years and the maybe years, washing ironing cooking scrubbing sewing mending hoeing plowing digging planting pruning patching dragging along never gaining never reaping never knowing and never understanding;”
—Margaret Abigail Walker (b. 1915)
“The mode of clearing and planting is to fell the trees, and burn once what will burn, then cut them up into suitable lengths, roll into heaps, and burn again; then, with a hoe, plant potatoes where you can come at the ground between the stumps and charred logs; for a first crop the ashes suffice for manure, and no hoeing being necessary the first year. In the fall, cut, roll, and burn again, and so on, till the land is cleared; and soon it is ready for grain, and to be laid down.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“I want Death to find me planting my cabbages, neither worrying about it nor the unfinished gardening.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)