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In the rows where your vegetables grow, good neighbors can make all the difference by helping with everything from pest control to providing windbreaks and shade.
Schulze said We Energies has suppression systems installed to minimize coal dust as well as video monitoring and updated windbreaks.
Michelle Dalps, a park ranger at Kenai Fjords National Park, urges all glacier travelers to bring warm, layered clothes, sturdy shoes or boots, and a windbreak layer.
When Jessup pulled over next to a windbreak of cottonwood trees, Foster felt the seconds stretch and slow.
They can be planted in a rock garden or perennial border, used as a windbreak or for erosion control.
A windbreak of arborvitae has been chewed uniformly and now appear to be wearing no trousers, if that might paint a picture, full tops standing on skinny legs.
A horse was pastured beyond the windbreak, a line of spindly willows alongside his yard.
The main house, guesthouse, and a garage with a small potting shed are arranged around three sides of a courtyard garden and serve as natural windbreaks to shelter it.
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Definition of windbreak for English Language Learners
: something (such as a fence or group of trees) that protects an area from the wind
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