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Sow vs Superseminate - What's the difference?

sow | superseminate |


As verbs the difference between sow and superseminate

is that sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds) while superseminate is (obsolete|nonce) to sow over something previously sown.

As a noun sow

is a female pig.

Sow vs Undersow - What's the difference?

sow | undersow |


As verbs the difference between sow and undersow

is that sow is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds) while undersow is to sow a second crop after a first one (the cover crop) has become established, such that they both develop at the same time.

As a noun sow

is a female pig.

Sow vs Unsown - What's the difference?

sow | unsown |


As a noun sow

is a female pig.

As a verb sow

is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

As an adjective unsown is

not sown.

Sow vs Seedsman - What's the difference?

sow | seedsman |


As nouns the difference between sow and seedsman

is that sow is a female pig while seedsman is one who sows seeds.

As a verb sow

is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

Sow vs Seedtime - What's the difference?

sow | seedtime |


In figurative terms the difference between sow and seedtime

is that sow is to scatter over; to besprinkle while seedtime is a time for new development.

As nouns the difference between sow and seedtime

is that sow is a female pig while seedtime is the time to sow a seed.

As a verb sow

is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

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