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- v. To move a growing plant from one pot to a larger one to allow for further growth
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To replace in pots; specifically, in horticulture, to shift (plants in pots) from one pot to another, usually of a larger size, or to remove from the pot and replace more or less of the old earth with fresh earth.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. put in a new, usually larger, pot
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When I first read the title “How To Repot A Paphiopedilum” I thought the word repot was actually report.
That is something that will never be on Digg, because the Huff didn't "repot" it.
Learn when and how to repot your bonsai with guidance from a museum curator.
I think you should look at the Air Force work as well as the Ares repot and justify a position to the contrary.
The law likely applies to the reporting period rather than the time the report is filed, otherwise a repot filed on December 31, 2008 would have different requirements than one filed January 1, 2009 even if they bother referred to the same reporting period.
Just repot "them" to the editor's and the WILL remove them from the site.
He had been using the spoon to repot his cereus peruvianus plant.
Buy a few flavorful varieties at your local grocery store or nursery, then repot them in a vintage or antique planter.
Hopefully a repot on the MArlin XL7 this weej providing cn get this scope positioned correct for me.
Thus she has problems accepting the repot that her hero committed suicide as that is so out of character for a man who would courageously go to the next hot spot to expose atrocities.
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