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  • noun Plural form of seedling.

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Examples

  • I heard one of the background people in the movie mention "seedlings"--there's Romanticism for you, believing in summer in the middle of a Minnesota winter.

    Prompt of the Week: Books

  • I always hope the seedlings are the good roses, but they never are.

    Rose Seeds « Fairegarden

  • The transplanting of the seedlings is the hard part.

    Greenhouse/Sunroom Of Plenty « Fairegarden

  • We love it and the discovery of the seedlings was a message from the garden fairies to use it in the new bed and possibly elsewhere.

    Faireluriegarden-Someday « Fairegarden

  • It may seem like the seedlings are your children, but they're not.

    Michael Pollan and growing your own food

  • Warmth that called seedlings out of the earth, and the fire that burned them where they grew.

    Aerie

  • So Hasa brushed red dust that was actually emukawa hyphae from Masurathoo's sloping shoulders, Jemunu-jah picked needle-rooted bohlaka seedlings from Hasa's bald pate before they could take root, and Masurathoo delicately and somewhat tentatively groomed the fur on the Sakuntala's back in search of arthropoidal flyers who sought to lay their eggs therein.

    Drowning World

  • So Hasa brushed red dust that was actually emukawa hyphae from Masurathoo's sloping shoulders, Jemunu-jah picked needle-rooted bohlaka seedlings from Hasa's bald pate before they could take root, and Masurathoo delicately and somewhat tentatively groomed the fur on the Sakuntala's back in search of arthropoidal flyers who sought to lay their eggs therein.

    Drowning World

  • Once the seedlings are a few centimetres tall you may have to pull some of them out and throw them away to give the others more room.

    7.1 General recommendations

  • In some cases, this type of harrow can be run over the actual crop rows from several days after planting up until the seedlings are a few centimeters tall to control early geminating weeds or to break up any soil crusting.

    Chapter 8

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