Definition of Dibbers
1. Noun. (plural of dibber) ¹
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Definition of Dibbers
1. dibber [n] - See also: dibber
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Literary usage of Dibbers
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1. The Profitable Culture of Vegetables for Market Gardeners, Small Holders by Thomas Smith (1913)
"... Out—Transplanting—How the Plants should be Trimmed —dibbers and How to Use Them. GOOD seed is one of the most essential conditions of success in growing ..."
2. An Encyclopædia of Gardening: Comprising the Theory and Practice of by John Claudius Loudon (1860)
"There are also dibbers that moke two holes at once, sometimes uW in planting leeks or other articles that иге placed within a few inches of each other; ..."
3. Principles of Plant Culture: An Elementary Treatise Designed Asa Text-book by Emmett Stull Goff (1910)
"It consists of six steel dibbers, attached in a line to a piece of scantling, ... In using this tool, the operator crowds the dibbers into the soil with the ..."
4. Principles of Plant Culture: An Elementary Treatise Designed as a Text-book by Emmett Stull Goff (1897)
"In using this tool, the operator crowds the dibbers into the soil with the foot, guided by a line. He then moves the frame to and fro until the holes are ..."
5. The Suburban Horticulturist: Or, An Attempt to Teach the Science and by John Claudius Loudon (1842)
"For planting cuttings of the shoote of shrubs or herbaceous plants, either hi the open ground or under glass, small dibbers, n, are used, some for inserting ..."
6. The Amateur's Practical Garden-book: Containing the Simplest Directions for by Charles Elias Hunn, Liberty Hyde Bailey (1900)
"dibbers are hand tools used for mak- - ing holes in which to set plants or to drop seeds. They are better than a hoe or a spade dibbers for most ..."
7. The Horticulturist; Or, An Attempt to Teach the Science and Practice of the by John Claudius Loudon, Loudon (Jane) (1849)
"For planting cuttings of the shoots of shrubs or herbaceous plants, either in the open ground or under glass, small dibbers, n, are used, some for inserting ..."