Bedclothes together with a matress. Bed in a Bag
A bed and its furniture; the materials of a bed, whether for man or beast; bedclothes; litter.
A site preparation technique, usually in wet areas, whereby a small ridge of soil is formed as an elevated planting or seedbed.
A site preparation technique whereby a small ridge of surface soil is formed to provide an elevated planting or seed bed. It is used primarily in wet areas to improve drainage and aeration for seeding.
A raised mound on which seedlings are planted. A site preparation method used in the southeastern U.S. where surface drainage is poor.
Forestry Operations & Water Quality] [ Forest Stewardship] A site preparation method in which special equipment is used to concentrate surface soil and forest litter into a ridge 6 to 10 inches high on which forest seedlings are to be planted. Best Management Practice (BMP)[ Forestry Operations & Water Quality] A practice, or combination of practices, that is determined to be an effective and practicable (including technological, economic, and institutional considerations) means of preventing or reducing the amount of pollution generated by nonpoint sources to a level compatible with water quality goals.
A site preparation method in which special disking equipment is used to concentrate surface soil and forest litter into a ridge, or bed elevated above the normal forest floor on which seedlings are to be planted.
A mechanical site preparation technique where top soil is mounded into rows. Trees planted on top of the row will be well drained and will benefit from a concentration of nutrients and organic matter during initial stages of growth.
The foundation under a drainage structure.