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  • verb Present participle of chit.

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Examples

  • I've been building new beds and chitting spuds, though a seed tray of early lettuce I was hardening off got frost-hit --I think they'll be all right but the celeriac is looking shy.

    ianmcdonald: veg talk, and some books

  • Grids of rebar and bamboo stakes helped somewhat, but new layers of soil conditioner have covered those deterrents and the many holes and half eaten bulbs found continues to elicit growls, howls and skyward fist shaking towards the criminals sitting and chitting sassily in the nearby nut trees.

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  • I've been building new beds and chitting spuds, though a seed tray of early lettuce I was hardening off got frost-hit --I think they'll be all right but the celeriac is looking shy.

    veg talk, and some books

  • The only real difference in your life will be the name of the boss who's chitting on ya.

    LOVING CASTRO

  • Once the period of natural dormancy has ended potatoes will begin to sprout provided that the temperature is above 5°C; the higher the temperature the quicker the rate of sprouting and many growers, particularly those producing early crops in temperate regions, expose the seed potatoes in a 'chitting house' to diffuse light and a temperature of approximately 10°C to accelerate the process.

    Chapter 25

  • I'll be sitting there with them but I don't want them coming up and chitting and chatting.

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  • Mr Whitlock's blackgrass control strategy starts after harvest with a stale seed-bed to encourage chitting.

    FWi - All News

  • More potato growers should consider chitting seed before planting, SAC's Yorkshire agronomist John Sarup said at the college's Association of Potato Producers annual conference.

    FWi - All News

  • More potato growers should consider chitting seed before planting, SAC's Yorkshire agronomist John Sarup said at the college's Association of Potato Producers annual conference.

    FWi - All News

  • Mr Whitlock's blackgrass control strategy starts after harvest with a stale seed-bed to encourage chitting.

    FWi - All News

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