Bolting

Threaded fasteners used to assemble pressure containing parts (studs, bolts, nuts, cap screws).

Bolting

Some plants flower or produce seed prematurely before they have put on sufficient growth and reached maturity. This is often caused by poor soil or lack of water

Bolting

• (n.) A sifting, as of flour or meal. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bolt • (n.) A private arguing of cases for practice by students, as in the Inns of Court. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bolt • (n.) A darting away; a starting off or aside.
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Bolting

'Running to seed' or flowering before you want. In many cases this will ruin the vegetable you are trying to grow.
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Bolting

'Running to seed' or flowering before you want. In many cases this will ruin the vegetable you are trying to grow.
Found on https://www.gardeningdata.co.uk/glossary.php

Bolting

[horse] Bolting when referring to equidae, generally refers to two different equine behaviors, both undesirable: the practice of running away without control, and the practice of eating food at a dangerously fast rate. However, there are other meanings as well. For example, in Australia a bolter is a racehorse that wins at long betting odds...
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Bolting

[horticulture] Bolting is when agricultural and horticultural crops prematurely produce a flowering stem (or stems) before the crop is harvested, in a natural attempt to produce seeds and hence reproduce. These flowering stems are usually vigorous extensions of existing leaf-bearing stems, and in order to produce them, a plant diverts resou...
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Bolting

Bolt'ing noun A darting away; a starting off or aside.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/B/76

Bolting

A term used to describe a plant that has produced seeds prematurely.
Found on https://www.care2.com/greenliving/glossary-for-the-beginning-gardener.html

Bolting

Applied to a vegetable that is prematurely producing seed heads (AKA gone to seed).
Found on http://www.seasonalgardening.co.uk/garden_glossary.html

Bolting

Applied to a vegetable that is prematurely producing seed heads (AKA gone to seed).
Found on https://www.seasonalgardening.co.uk/garden_glossary.html

Bolting

Eating very rapidly , gulping feed without proper chewing; running away with rider
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Bolting

is what cabbages and lettuces do when the weather gets hot. Instead of staying in a tight rosette, they grow tall and begin to flower; the quality of the vegetable declines.
Found on https://www.southernliving.com/home-garden/gardens/gardeners-glossary-0

Bolting

Plants producing premature flowers or seeds instead of a crop, usually due to excessive heat and sun exposure,
Found on https://www.6bcgarden.org/garden-glossary.html

bolting

Sifting of ground grain to remove the bran and coarse particles.
Found on https://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21409

Bolting

The formation of a seed stalk instead of an edible portion of the plant.
Found on http://urbanext.illinois.edu/veggies/glossary.cfm

Bolting

The premature and usually unwelcome flowering of a vegetable or leafy herb, often as a result of drought, starvation or high temperatures.
Found on http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/htbg/glossary/bolting.shtml

Bolting

The term used to describe a plant that has gone to seed; a condition that occurs most often in plants eaten for their leaves (i.e. lettuce, cilantro, parsley, spinach). The plant flowers and the flavor of the leaves change (often becoming bitter). Bolting can be initiated by hot temperatures, or can simply occur when the plant is reaching the end o...
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Bolting

To flower and produce seed prematurely.
Found on http://www.thompson-morgan.com/glossary-of-gardening-terms

Bolting

To flower and produce seed prematurely.
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bolting

Vegetables which quickly go to flower rather than producing the food crop. Usually caused by late planting and too warm temperatures.
Found on http://www.thegardenhelper.com/dictionary.html

bolting

Vegetables which quickly go to flower rather than producing the food crop. Usually caused by late planting and too warm temperatures.
Found on http://www.thegardenhelper.com/dictionary.html

Bolting

when a plant goes to seed due to increased daylight hours and/or high temperatures (the plant puts all of its energy into reproducing and stops putting energy into the edible parts of the plant, potentially causing them to become bitter)
Found on https://www.nourishingpursuits.com/garden/glossary/

Bolting

When a plant goes to seed, often earlier than expected, causing the plant to become less edible. For example brocooli will bolt if the weather turns hot. At this point, the plant's energy goes into reproducing.
Found on http://www.howtogardenadvice.com/garden_info/gardening_glossary.html
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