seedling

[ US /ˈsidɫɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːdlɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. young plant or tree grown from a seed
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How To Use seedling In A Sentence

  • Rosella seedlings are available through local nurseries from September onwards in the subtropics or during the dry season in tropical regions.
  • She is surrounded by the native wild ageratum, Conoclinium coelestinum inherited with the property and planted with bronze carex self sown seedlings. First Frost Of Fall « Fairegarden
  • But Walter Mulbry, the USDA microbiologist, also showed that corn and cucumber seedlings could thrive on an organic fertilizer made from the dried-out algae.
  • At both sites where mortality was monitored, many emerging seedlings were killed in early spring by tortricid caterpillars, especially Clepsis melaleucana.
  • When seedlings suddenly bend at the soil line, it's often the work of a fungal disease called damping off.
  • If too many seedlings appear, thin the plants to about 5 inches apart.
  • The fruits or persistent pericarps of breeding seedlings during the viviparous developing were rich in the salt and this may do favorable to adaptation of seedlings to highly saline environment.
  • We will have a free raffle. 10 guests will receive their very own seedling from the National Arbor Day Foundation to plant at home. HeraldNet.com Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News
  • If you are tempted to plant annual flower seedlings, consider the most heat-tolerant ones such as petunias, calendulas, cosmos & African marigolds.
  • The seed dry weight and yield for each variety were also significantly higher in bacterized seedlings than in nonbacterized ones.
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