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plow in

To plow the soil so as to mix some other substance thoroughly into it. A noun or pronoun can be used between "plow" and "in." (Usually spelled "plough" in British English.) You plow in this new kind of insecticide so that the plants are naturally resistant to bugs as they grow. Make sure you plow the fertilizer in before you sow the seeds.
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plow something in

to work something into soil by plowing. Lay the fertilizer down and plow it in. Plow in the fertilizer as soon as you can.
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He said last year some farmers in Pandamatenga ploughed in March and were able to have good harvest.
He lamented the low hectares ploughed in Chobe region, saying it was likely to negatively affect the country's food security as the region's harvest usually sustained the country for six months.
A former triple world reversible ploughing champion, John had not ploughed in the conventional class for 12 years, which made his win at Brougham all the more remarkable.