Definitions for "Lodging"
Keywords:  cereal, crop, rain, flattened, stem
Term used when the crop canopy becomes flattened by heavy rains. Often triggered by severe weather at the soft dough stage. The problem is a combination of heavy heads and weak stems. Modern breeding increases stem strength.
When plants fall over and lie flat on the soil surface, especially cereal grain crops, often due to wind, hail, and/or excessive stem growth.
The amount of soybean plants fallen or laying on the ground at harvest. The following scale was used: 1 - almost all plants erect; 2 - all plants leaning slightly or a few plants down; 3 - all plants leaning moderately (45 degrees), or 25 to 50% of the plants down; 4 - all plants leaning considerably, or 50 to 80% of the plants down; 5 - almost all plants down.
Keywords:  panhandle, galilee, lovely, spot, green
a lovely green spot in the galilee panhandle
Information is gathered on five lodging categories: (1) hotel/motel/B&B; (2) private home; (3) condominium/time share; (4) recreational vehicle/tent; and (5) other.
A place of rest, or of temporary habitation; esp., a sleeping apartment; -- often in the plural with a singular meaning.
A portion of total support. Lodging includes the fair rental value of a room, apartment, or house in which the dependent lives, a reasonable allowance for the use of furniture and appliances, and all utilities.
Keywords:  harbor, abiding, cover, place
Abiding place; harbor; cover.
Keywords:  accommodation, see
See accommodation.
the state or quality of being lodged or fixed even temporarily; "the lodgment of the balloon in the tree"
Keywords:  act, one
The act of one who, or that which, lodges.
the act of lodging
housing structures collectively; structures in which people are housed