Definition of Intertilled

1. intertill [v] - See also: intertill



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intertilled

intertextuality
intertextually
intertexture
interthalamic
interthalamic adhesion
interthoracic
interthread
intertidal
intertidal zone
intertidally
intertie
interties
intertill
intertillage
intertillages
intertilled (current term)
intertilling
intertills
intertissued
intertitle
intertitles
intertrack
intertraffic
intertragic notch
intertranslatability
intertranslation
intertranslations
intertranspicuous
intertransversalis
intertransversarii muscles

Literary usage of Intertilled

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1. Soils and Fertilizers by Thomas Lyttleton Lyon (1917)
"These are legumes, sod crops or grasses and intertilled crops. ... The intertilled crop should follow the sod crop, or the legume, because the cultivation ..."

2. Field Crops by Archie Dell Wilson, Clyde William Warburton (1912)
"The essentials of a good rotation are: An intertilled crop, ... An intertilled Crop. As already stated, weeds increase when grain crops are grown, ..."

3. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry (1907)
"Probably the most striking feature of the agricultural practice of Utah farmers is the lack of an intertilled annual crop to be grown in rotation with the ..."

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