Definition of Interrow

1. existing between rows [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interrow

interrogative adjective
interrogative adjectives
interrogative mood
interrogative pronoun
interrogative pronouns
interrogative sentence
interrogatively
interrogatives
interrogator
interrogatories
interrogators
interrogatory
interrogatrix
interrogee
interrogees
interrow (current term)
interrupt
interrupt request
interrupt requests
interruptable
interrupted
interrupted fern
interrupted respiration
interrupted suture
interruptedly
interrupter
interrupter gear
interrupters
interruptest
interruptible

Literary usage of Interrow

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1. Cover Crops in Hillside Agriculture: Farmer Innovation with Mucuna by Daniel Buckles, Bernard Triomphe, Gustavo Sain (1998)
"... is to plant three or four seeds per hole in rows 80-100 cm apart, with an interrow spacing of 50-80 cm. To protect the seed from a variety of insect ..."

2. Cover Crops in West Africa: Contributing to Sustainable Agriculture by Daniel Buckles (1998)
"interrow distance was 1 m for all species. Ground cover was estimated using a line-point transect method (Daughtry et al. 1995). ..."

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