Staking

Supporting plants with canes or stakes
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Staking

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Stake
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Staking

[manufacturing] Staking is the process of connecting two components by creating an interference fit between the two pieces. One workpiece has a hole in it while the other has a boss that fits within the hole. The boss is undersized so that it is a slip fit. A staking punch is then used to compress the boss axially and form an interference f...
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Staking

A method of supporting tall, upright-growing plants by tying their stems to a wood or metal post.
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Staking

A method of supporting tall, upright-growing plants by tying their stems to a wood or metal post.
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Staking

Mechanical softening of leather. Done by hand by pulling skins over a moon shaped knife, but mostly by machines of which tow types are common. The old 'grab' staker with crocodile jaws which come together at a point where the operator offers the hide or skin and pulls the leather away from him while he restrains it carefully and the vibrating throu...
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Staking

Plants that grow tall with little stem support need to be staked. Perennials and tomatoes come to mind. Any means of support will work: canes, cages, wire loops, etc.
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Staking

The act of adding a support mechanism to a plant that has vines and climbers. Stakes direct and contain the growth of a vegetable plant (such as a tomato), keeping their stems from degenerating into messy sprawls. These supports also allow you to stretch space in an overcrowded garden. Stakes are typically made from bamboo.
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Staking

The act of propping up a tree with stakes and attachments (ropes and webbing).
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Staking

The measuring of an area of ground and marking with stakes or posts to establish and acquire mineral rights.
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Staking

The practice of driving a stake into the ground next to and as a support for a plant. When attaching the plant to the stake, be sure that it is tied loosely so it does not strangle the stem. When staking a potted plant, the stake can be set into the planter before the plant is added.
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Staking

The practice of driving a stake into the ground next to a plant to use as
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staking

The practice of driving a stake into the ground next to, and as a support for a plant. When attaching the plant to the stake, be sure that it is tied loosely so it doesn't strangle the stem. When staking a potted plant, the stake should be set into the planter before the plant is added.
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staking

The practice of driving a stake into the ground next to, and as a support for a plant. When attaching the plant to the stake, be sure that it is tied loosely so it doesn't strangle the stem. When staking a potted plant, the stake should be set into the planter before the plant is added.
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Staking

The practice of driving a stake, usually a sturdy piece of wood, into the ground close to a plant as a growing support
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Staking

The practice of using a stick, pole, or other object to support a plant as it grows.
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Staking

Using a stick, pole, trellis or other object to support a plant during its growing cycle.
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