Definition of interplant in English:

interplant

Syllabification: in·ter·plant
Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərˈplant
 
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verb

[with object] (usually be interplanted)
1Plant (a crop or plant) together with another crop or plant.
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  • A few ‘Chinese Daikon’ or ‘Snow Belle’ radishes work well as a flea beetle catch-crop when interplanted with cole crops.
  • Participating families could interplant agricultural crops on the land until the trees were firmly established.
  • That's why gardeners interplant Oriental poppies with concealing companions such as baby's breath, catmint, globe thistle, Heliopsis, purple coneflower, and Russian sage.
1.1Plant (land) with a mixture of crops or plants.

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