After you have hoed them out, give them a light top dressing of more guano.
That is, hoed over again and new furrows made for the next crop.
The patch has to be hoed, the pie to be cooked; the one cannot do the both.
But, jubilate, I have got my garden all hoed the first time!
I remembered the extensive garden that would have to be hoed in July.
To think how the lot of us were hoed, and stubbed, and grubbed!
As he grew older he often hoed the corn and ground the koontee and drove the cattle.
Before freedom, I chopped cotton, hoed corn and drapped peas, but now I was big enough to follow the plows.
The Sissetons of Lake Traverse had hoed their corn and come down.
For many hours he had raked and hoed and watered the flower beds.