Definition of full growth in English:

full growth

Syllabification: full growth

noun

The greatest size that a plant or animal naturally attains; maturity.
More example sentences
  • This brings the subject of plant staking to mind as things come into full growth, are planted out or are being sown in the vegetable garden.
  • It is a liquid and produces the best results when applied after emergent plants have reached full growth.
  • It seems that women, who bear children, attain full growth and potential after one or two pregnancies, while non-child-bearing women are not as fully balanced and become more nervous.

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