Definitions for "Haulm"
The denuded stems or stalks of such crops as buckwheat and the cereal grains, beans, etc.; straw.
dry stems of peas (minus the peas) for fodder. "The haulm is the straw of the wheat or the rye, which once being reaped, they mow by and by..." Tusser. Long straw left on the field, minus corn, to be cut later. Rye straw (haulme) was needed for thatching after first removing the leaves and cutting off the ears. Page 718
stem or stalks collectively
Keywords:  hame, harness, part
A part of a harness; a hame.