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A fine hairy covering on some fruit such as peaches í verb to flower ć The plant blooms at night. ć Some cacti only bloom once every seven years. g. apple blossom or cherry blossom ˽ trees in blossom trees covered with flowers í verb to open into flower bloodmeal blood sports bloodstock bloodstream blood sucker blood typing bloom blossom blotch noun leaf blotch, net blotch blower unit noun the part of an agriculblotch blower unit tural machine which blows out waste blowfly / bləυflai/ noun a name for a number of species of fly such as Lucila cuprina, which deposit their eggs in flesh.
Same as bean aphid 2. a very small, oval-bodied, black or dark green fly blackgrass / bl k rɑ s/ noun a weed (Alopecurus myosuroides) which is widespread among winter cereals, especially on heavy soils. In some cases it can be resistant to a wide range of herbicides. Also called slender foxtail blackface Blackface mountain blackfly blackgrass black grouse noun grouse blackhead / bl khed/ noun a common black grouse blackhead and fatal disease of young turkeys blackleg / bl kle / noun 1. a bacterial disease of potatoes, affecting the base of the stem which turns black and rots 2.
Homo bio- bioaccumulation | biochemical oxygen demand noun biochemical oxygen demand same as biological oxygen demand biocide / baiəυsaid/ noun a substance that kills living organisms ć Biocides used in agriculture run off into lakes and rivers. ć The biological effect of biocides in surface waters can be very harmful. biocide pollution noun pollution of lakes and rivers caused by the runoff from fields of herbicides and other biocides used in agriculture biocontrol / baiəυkən trəυl/ noun same as biological control biodegradable adjective referring to something which is easily decomposed by organisms such as bacteria or by natural processes such as the effect of sunlight or the sea ć Organochlorines are not biodegradable and enter the food chain easily.
Dictionary of Agriculture by Paul Roseby