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grower

n. a small flaccid penis that can become quite large. (Compare to shower.) He said his friend was a grower.
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Growers are challenged to understand this consumer mindset and adapt their practices in order to keep up with consumer demand and remain profitable.
The EPA had threatened to ban it completely, but North Carolina's Christmas tree growers worked to develop a new closed-system applicator that enables workers to pour the granules from a stainless-steel spout rather than scooping them from an open bucket.
They say the bonanza could last for a while," says Samuel Higuera, a 63-year-old coffee grower and president of the Caficultores de Tamara coffee cooperative in eastern Colombia Higuera.
Remaining Vance crop, produce and food titles include 'Dealer & Applicator,' 'The Grower,' 'Citrus & Vegetable,' 'Dairy Herd Management,' 'Bovine Veterinarian,' 'Meat & Seafood Merchandising' and 'Food Systems Insider,' among others.
The growers market their produce in A through a single grower-owned company.
In the meantime, growers are trying to salvage whatever they can and stave off further devastation.
Almost 70 percent of MACMA growers support a new federal law that requires processing firms to bargain with accredited grower bargaining cooperatives or associations.
The fair-trade/fair-price movement, which bets on getting liberal coffee drinkers to shell out a little bit extra per pound for high-end coffee purchased through a consortium so that Third World growers can feed their families, has been getting more visible: Anyone who's gone into a Starbucks has seen the "Fair Price" signs.
The survey showed a sharp increase in grower awareness and familiarity of IRM requirements in 2002.
It is our hope that this donation will give a critical jump-start to public research in this key area of agronomy, resulting in immediate and long-term benefits for the environment, grower profitability and grain quality and yield," said Robb Fraley, Ph.
Some key clues to what makes a company such as Rubbermaid a grower, while others slide into oblivion, came out of Braxton Associates' research on the attributes of high- and low-growth companies.
The cooperative pretested the grower commercials in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver and were told by the Canadians that growers standing in almonds were just too silly.
It is also indicative of the intimate working relationships between winemaker and grower.
This powerful protection offered in the most convenient package--a seed treatment--means less hassle and more money in the pocket of the grower.
He sold the company to Dole and then helped the giant grower develop its first organic bananas in the mid-1990s.