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Fm Page 23 Tuesday, July 11, 2006 12:33 PM 23 beaters / bi təz/ plural noun 1. steel bars on the drum of a combine harvester 2. people who rouse game in hunting or shooting Beaumont period / bəυmɒnt piəriəd/ noun a period of 48 hours during which temperatures do not fall below 10°C (50°F) and relative humidity remains above 75%. Potato blight is likely to occur within 21 days of this, though spraying may prevent the blight from appearing. g. an asparagus bed, flower bed or a strawberry bed bedded set noun a young hop plant rooted from a cutting bedding noun 1.
2. an area of bog boggy / bɒ i/ adjective soft and wet like a bog bogland / bɒ l nd/ noun an area of bog boil verb 1. to heat a liquid until it reaches a temperature at which it changes into gas 2. to reach boiling point ć Water boils at 100°C. Blue grey blue nose blue tongue BLUP BMR boar board boarding BOAT bobby calf bocage boiling fowl / bɔiliŋ faυl/, boiler / bɔilə/ noun a hen sold for its meat, when boiling fowl no longer used for laying bole /bəυl/ noun the wide base of a tree trunk boll /bəυl/ noun a seed pod of the cotton or flax plant boll number noun the number of bolls per cotton plant bolt verb 1.
Gooseberries and red currants, as opposed to fruit from trees butter noun a fatty substance made from cream by churning butter bean noun a leguminous plant (Phaseolus lunatus) with large white seeds. Also called Lima bean buttercup noun a common weed with yellow flowers butterfat / b təft/ noun a fatty substance contained in milk butterfat content noun the amount of butterfat in milk, which will vary with the breed of cow. 14% butterfat, and is much used for butter-making. butterfly noun a flying insect with large, often colourful wings buttermilk / b təmilk/ noun the liquid which remains after the churning of cream, when making butter butter mountain noun a popular term for vast quantities of dairy produce in the form of butter, which has been paid for by EU governments and put into cold store BVA abbreviation British Veterinary Association BVD abbreviation bovine viral diarrhoea BYDV abbreviation barley yellow dwarf virus byre /baiə/ noun a cow house byway noun a small country road or track byway open to all traffic noun a road mainly used by the public as a footpath or bridleway on which vehicles are allowed.
Dictionary of Agriculture by Paul Roseby