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preplant

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adjective pre·plant \ˌprē-ˈplant, ˈprē-ˌ\

Definition of preplant

  1. :  occurring or used before planting a crop <preplant soil fertilization>



1961

First Known Use of preplant

1961

Variants of preplant

also

preplanting

play \-ˈplan-tiŋ\

Rhymes with preplant

aslant, bacchant, bacchante, bezant, courante, decant, descant, displant, eggplant, enceinte, enchant, explant, extant, face-plant, fire ant, formant, gallant, Gallant, gas plant, grandaunt, houseplant, ice plant, implant, incant, jade plant, land grant, leadplant, levant, Levant, musk plant, pieplant, pissant, plainchant, pourpoint, recant, red ant, replant, savant, seed plant, snow plant, supplant, transplant, white ant


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