Definition of Orchards
1. Noun. (plural of orchard) ¹
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Definition of Orchards
1. orchard [n] - See also: orchard
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Literary usage of Orchards
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1905)
"CONDITION OF orchards AND NURSERY STOCK IN UTAH AND OREGON. ... Pear blight is found in many of the orchards in the northern part of the State, ..."
2. Bulletin by North Carolina Dept. of Conservation and Development, North Carolina Geological Survey (1883-1905), North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey (1894)
"AREA OF orchards REDUCED BY LUMBERING. Lumbermen are also instrumental to a considerable extent in reducing the acreage of turpentine orchards. ..."
3. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1913)
"INTERESTING WESTERNERS The Guardian of Oregon's orchards HEN the pear blight had burned up a half million pear trees in the San Joaquín valley and was ..."
4. Biennial Report by Oregon Board of Horticulture (1905)
"itable than sod orchards, especially when the latter are pastured. ... Almost all of the irrigated orchards in the Inland Valleys have clean tillage. ..."
5. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1906)
"orchards have been inspected as in the past, many investigations have been made of ... Two thousand two hundred and seventeen acres of orchards on nursery ..."
6. The Fruits and Fruit-trees of America: Or, the Culture, Propagation, and by Andrew Jackson Downing, Charles Downing (1900)
"Indeed, of two adjoining orchards, one planted and kept in grass, and the other ploughed for the ... Fallow crops are the best for orchards—potatoes, beets, ..."
7. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1901)
"While this destruction of the orchards was going on at this point a few men at South Haven, .40 miles north on the high banks of Lake Michigan, with perfect ..."