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BILLONNAGE [3 records]

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1. Subject Field(s)
  • Silviculture
2006-05-08
Domaine(s)
  • Sylviculture
2006-05-08
Campo(s) temático(s)
  • Silvicultura
2006-05-08
bedding Source
CORRECT
 
billonnage Source
CORRECT, MASC

labour en billons Source
CORRECT, MASC

confection de planches Source
FEM
 
preparación de almácigos Source
FEM
 

DEF A procedure associated with site preparation in which the soil is mounded mechanically to provide a well-drained ridge on which seedlings are planted. Source

OBS bed: A small plot of soil used for growing seedlings, vegetables, flowers or shrubs, and often raised above the level of the surrounding soil. Source

DEF Technique de préparation du sol qui consiste à pratiquer mécaniquement un exhaussement linéaire de terre (billon) afin d'assurer un bon drainage pour les semis qui y seront plantés. Source

 

 

 

 

2. Subject Field(s)
  • Cultural Practices (Agriculture)
2004-03-10
Domaine(s)
  • Soin des cultures (Agriculture)
2004-03-10
Campo(s) temático(s)
  • Cuidado de los cultivos (Agricultura)
2004-03-10
ridging Source
CORRECT
 
billonnage Source
CORRECT, MASC

labour en billons Source
CORRECT, MASC
 
caballón Source
CORRECT, MASC
 

DEF Making small embankments or borders in fields to control irrigation water, conserve runoff from rainfall, or to assist in drainage. Source

OBS Ridging is sometimes used instead of hilling to protect plants (especially potatoes) from sunburn or freezing. Ridging is not practiced in many sections, and particularly not on dry land "where evaporation of moisture from soil is increased by ridging". Source

CONT Le labour en billons, ou billonnage, réalise donc une série de bandes en dos d'âne, plus ou moins étroites (en général, moins de 3 m). [...] L'utilisation du labour en billons est réservés aux sols très humides dont on veut favoriser l'assainissement grâce aux nombreuses dérayures, qui jouent le rôle de rigoles. Le billonnage est, cependant, également mis en oeuvre pour certaines cultures où une sorte de buttage des plants doit être ménagé (arbres, vignes, etc.). Source

DEF Lomos que se disponen para contener las aguas o darles dirección en los riegos. Source

 

 

 

3. Subject Field(s)
  • Tillage Operations (Agriculture)
  • Soil Conservation
2004-03-10
Domaine(s)
  • Travaux du sol (Agriculture)
  • Conservation des sols
2004-03-10
Campo(s) temático(s)
  • Labores de cultivo (Agricultura)
  • Conservación del suelo
2004-03-10
listing Source
CORRECT

lister furrowing Source
CORRECT, SEE OBS
 
rayonnage Source
CORRECT, MASC

billonnage Source
CORRECT, MASC
 
amelgado Source
CORRECT, MASC
 

OBS A method of tillage which helps to control soil blowing or washing. Source

OBS It should be noted that at least one source, i.e. the Dictionary of Agricultural and Allied Terminology (WINAG, 1962, p. 450), makes a distinction between listing and lister furrowing, lister furrowing being a type of listing (i.e. listing crosswise to the prevailing wind direction). More often, however, this distinction is not made Source

OBS méthode de travail du sol anti-érosif Source

DEF Dícese de la acción y efecto de amelgar. Source

OBS Es un método para sembrar con igualdad. Source