shelterbelt

NOUN
  1. hedge or fence of trees designed to lessen the force of the wind and reduce erosion
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How To Use shelterbelt In A Sentence

  • Gypsy moths can attack bur oak; oak lacebug can turn the leaves off-color, causing long-term stress that heavily defoliates bur oaks in shelterbelt plantings, especially during dry weather.
  • They typically nest on the ground among the dense cover of a hedgerow, shelterbelt, or brushy roadside, although they have been known to nest in the open.
  • Sprawling playa bottoms are pocked with feedlots, mountains of hay bales, and farm machinery rusting in tangled shelterbelts. The Texas Panhandle: Home to Some of America's Best Pheasant Hunting
  • Key Shelterbelt Construction Program in North , Northeast and Northwest China and the Lower - Middlethe Yangtze River.
  • I used to cut softwood from shelterbelts on prairie farms but when natural gas was piped out to all farms in the area the demand disappeared.
  • Oak lacebug can turn the leaves off-color, causing long-term stress that heavily defoliates bur oaks in shelterbelt plantings, especially during dry weather.
  • While some xerophilous grasshoppers became scarce within the shelterbelt system, others, e.g. Calliptamus italicus, increased in importance.
  • Soil water storage of farmland shelterbelt region increases 2.2 % than CK in growing season.
  • Key Shelterbelt Construction Program in North , Northeast and Northwest China and the Lower - Middlethe Yangtze River.
  • Growth and yield of wheat and corn under shelterbelt of Chinese jujube and poplar were studied.
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