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- v. To sow again, to plant seed where it has already been planted.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To sow again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To sow again.
The weather would dry out in time to resow the cotton.
However, at last I began to understand what this concept meant, and essentially it was simply not to plow the pastures, not to resow the pastures.
It is best, however, to dig them up in the fall and resow for the year succeeding.
However, it is better to resow them every three or four years.
Sow at the rate of a tablespoonful on every fifty square yards at first sowing, and later resow with a heaping teaspoonful over same surface, to secure a good stand.
A Sketch of the Tobacco Interests In North Carolina. Being an Account of the Culture, Handling and Manufacture of the Staple; Together with Some Information Respecting the Principal Farmers, Manufacturing Establishments and Warehouses; with Statistics Exhibiting the Growth of Tobacco in the Western Counties, and Also in the Other Tobacco Producing Regions of the State, as Shown By Comparison of the Crop of 1880 with Those of Preceding Years
Which the winds carry afar and resow, and the rains and the snows nourish.
It is a major blow for cash-strapped farmers who have been forced to resow their crops.
Info: Ukrainian agrarians to resow 20% of winter sowings
She said the insects had also razed emerging crops and devoured stock feed, forcing many landowners in the district to resow.
You'd have to unpick all the scenes, cut it down and resow it.