A row or line of hay raked together for the purpose of being rolled into cocks or heaps.
Sheaves of grain set up in a row, one against another, that the wind may blow between them.
To arrange in lines or windrows, as hay when newly made.
Logging debris and unmerchantable woody vegetation that has been piled in rows.
After cutting barley, oats, or wheat with the windrower, the grain is still on the stems. This material is piled right behind the windrower. The pile is called a windrow. After the hay bine cuts hay, it makes windrows, too. The windrows with grain on it is harvested by a combine. Behind the combine, another windrow is stacked of the stems. The stems are raked together and baled into straw for livestock bedding. After hay is raked together, it is baled into hay for the cow's food in the winter.
an accumulation of slash, branchwood and debris on a harvested cutblock created to clear the ground for regeneration. Also refers to an accumulation of fill or surfacing material left on the road shoulder as a result of grading operations.
A row of hay or un-threshed grain raked up to dry.
Slash and other materials piled in a line. This material can be used as a windbreak or burned.
Slash, logs, or other material piled in a more or less continuous line to clear the intervening ground.
Slash, residue, and debris raked together into piles or rows normally by use of bulldozers. Part of the mechanical site preparation process that occurs after a forest harvesting activity and before reforestation.
A long, narrow row of vegetation, debris, and some soil created during site preparation and clearing operations.
large, elongated pile of yard trimmings or other organic materials used in the composting process, typically turned by a machine. Municipal composting programs often use windrows for large-scale composting of yard trimmings.
an elongated pile of aerobically composting materials that are turned periodically to expose the materials to oxygen and to control the temperature to promote biodegradation.
a row of raked hay that is drying before being baled; also used as a verb.
A long, low, narrow pile, such as of compost.
Similar to a swath. The crop is laid in rows to be dried by the wind and sun.
Forestry Operations & Water Quality] [ Forest Stewardship] Brushwood, slash, etc., concentrated (usually by machine) along a line, to clear the intervening ground for regeneration.
A row, heap, or ridge of material. In the context of this publication, it generally refers to the soil and plant material that is piled and remains after tree and brush removal.
A row of dust, dirt, and dry leaves that have been swept together.
A windrow is a row of cut hay or small grain crop. It is allowed to dry before being baled, combined, or rolled. For hay, the windrow is often formed by a hay rake, which rakes hay that has been cut by a mower into a row.