disbud definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to get rid of buds from (a plant) to promote better blooms from the remaining buds or control the form of plant.
    • to stop the growth of newly developing horns on (livestock).
    • to get rid of these types of horns from (livestock).
    • To rob of buds or propels, for education, or economizing the important power of a tree.
    • To remove buds from (a plant) to market better blooms through the continuing to be buds or control the form of this plant.
    • to stop the rise of recently building horns on (livestock).
    • to get rid of these types of horns from (livestock).
    • To deprive of buds or shoots, in terms of instruction, or economizing the important power of a tree.
    • To remove buds from (a plant) to advertise better blooms from continuing to be buds or control the design of plant.
    • to stop the development of recently building horns on (livestock).
    • To remove such horns from (livestock).
    • To rob of buds or shoots, for training, or economizing the essential energy of a tree.
  • verb:
    • to get rid of buds from a plant to be able to advertise development and wellness in continuing to be buds.
    • To remove horn-buds from a young calf, lamb or goat kid, to prevent growth of horns.
    • to get rid of buds from a plant to advertise growth and health inside staying buds.
    • to eliminate horn-buds from a young calf, lamb or goat child, to avoid growth of horns.
    • demolish undeveloped horn buds (of cattle)
    • thin out buds to improve the grade of the residual blossoms
    • to eliminate buds from a plant to be able to market development and health in remaining buds.
    • destroy undeveloped horn buds (of cattle)
    • to get rid of horn-buds from a calf, lamb or goat kid, to avoid growth of horns.
    • slim out buds to enhance the grade of the residual blossoms
    • demolish undeveloped horn buds (of cattle)
    • slim out buds to boost the standard of the residual plants
  • others:
    • To rob of buds or propels; take away the unneeded buds of, as a tree or vine.
    • To deprive of buds or propels; remove the unneeded buds of, as a tree or vine.
    • To rob of buds or shoots; take away the unnecessary buds of, as a tree or vine.

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