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See definition of mulched on Dictionary.com
  • as intill
  • as infertilize

synonyms for mulched

  • dig
  • dress
  • farm
  • grow
  • harrow
  • hoe
  • labor
  • mulch
  • plant
  • plough
  • plow
  • prepare
  • sow
  • tend
  • turn
  • work
  • raise crops
  • turn over
  • compost
  • enrich
  • germinate
  • impregnate
  • inseminate
  • mulch
  • pollinate
  • propagate
  • beget
  • breed
  • cover
  • dress
  • fecundate
  • feed
  • fructify
  • generate
  • lime
  • manure
  • procreate
  • treat
  • make fruitful
  • make pregnant
  • top-dress
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antonyms for mulched

MOST RELEVANT
  • disorganize
  • fill
  • harvest
  • idle
  • ignore
  • laze
  • neglect
  • reap
  • relax
  • sow
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How to use mulched in a sentence

Hardy if mulched in winter, but best results are obtained if plants are renewed frequently.
THE PRACTICAL GARDEN-BOOKC. E. HUNN
They should be given well enriched, moist soil, and be mulched through hot weather.
THE PRACTICAL GARDEN-BOOKC. E. HUNN
All Lilies do better if well mulched with clippings of lawn grass or with very old manure.
A WOMAN'S HARDY GARDENHELENA RUTHERFURD ELY
Rhododendrons, Ferns and Lilies suffer in dry time, even though well mulched, and must be kept moist.
A WOMAN'S HARDY GARDENHELENA RUTHERFURD ELY
The outside borders of the late houses should be watered and mulched, if the weather continue dry.
IN-DOOR GARDENING FOR EVERY WEEK IN THE YEARWILLIAM KEANE
Are vegetables growing up in old pastures, or on land mulched and the straw partly covered with soil.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
Any tree taken up and planted with reasonable care, and well mulched and watered, will live.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
If the plants are well mulched with straw, salt hay, or any other litter, frequent watering is very beneficial.
PARSONS ON THE ROSESAMUEL BROWNE PARSONS
When not mulched, the watering should always be followed by the hoe, in order to destroy the baking of the surface.
PARSONS ON THE ROSESAMUEL BROWNE PARSONS
Many of the best nursery-men keep the soil about the roots of young trees mulched continually.
THE ELEMENTS OF AGRICULTUREGEORGE E. WARING
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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