How to use Sprout in a sentence

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  • Any time a plant would sprout after the famine, the farmers felt hope again.

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  • The bigger the bough, the more fruit is likely to sprout from it.

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  • The seeds or beans need to be soaked before they will sprout.

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  • Joyce was excited when she saw the first sprout of her herb garden coming up from the soil.

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  • The bleached rhubarb, which has a very delicate flavour, is altered by covering the young leaves, as they sprout from the soil, with loose stones or an empty jar.

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  • Jar or container - the seeds need somewhere to sprout.

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  • Cover pots with plastic to keep in warmth and humidity until seeds sprout.

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  • Since I only sprout about a teaspoonful of seed every week, I think...

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  • Several types of seeds and sprouting supplies are sold at the Sprout People.

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  • She began to think she'd misunderstood the pictures when a green sprout appeared at the center of the fountain.

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  • On the higher slopes, giant alpine plants sprout from an almost perpetual fog.

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  • It is important that you sprout only the seeds that are clearly marked organic and for human consumption.

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  • Sprout House carries seeds and supplies for sprouting all sorts of micro-greens.

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  • In this offering developed by Sprout Games and published by PopCap Games, you start out as a small fish in a big pond.

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  • When harvesting, they cut the cane in short lengths just above the ring (area where the leaves or shoots sprout).

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  • This helps to maintain warmth and moisture, but be careful to uncover them when they begin to sprout so they do n't smother.

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  • Undamaged axons can sprout to make new synapses to fill these vacated sites.

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  • Peonies flop, so surround with hazel twigs or metal or plastic supports as they start to sprout in spring.

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  • Kits contain all the trays, starting seeds and instructions you need to grow your own sprout crop.

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  • Additional online sprout kit vendors include The Sprout People and Wheatgrass Kits.

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  • These sprout kits include a terra cotta base for chia seeds to sprout on and do not require soil.

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  • When the seeds sprout, the product is full and bushy and resembles "hair" for the base's character.

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  • Similar to the multi-tray system of the Burpee kits, The Sprout Garden has three green trays to allow for the simultaneous growing of different seeds.

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  • This kit costs about $30, and you'll have to purchase additional sprout seeds to try other sprout varieties.

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  • Seeds required light and fresh air to sprout, however they also need to be protected from insects, dirt and dust.

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  • Damaged seeds will not sprout and can rot, spoiling a batch of sprouts.

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  • While many seeds require light to sprout, some require darkness so refer to the instructions for specific advice.

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  • This prevents oxygen and nutrients from feeding the cut sprout.

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  • In the nursery, where there are lots of lovely little annual rudbeckias, there are a number of little weeds starting to sprout.

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  • The addition of sweet caramelized shallots turns the traditional sprout into a delicious alternative.

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  • If you can't find the Sprout Garden locally, you can purchase online through the Handy Pantry website.

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  • Sprout kits are perfect for kids' seed experiments or for avid sprout lovers who prefer to grow and eat organically.

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  • The key is to plant prior to the ground freezing, but after the long warm spells are finished (if it's too warm, the tree may sprout new growth just before winter).

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  • Bulbs that sprout may still bloom in the spring and many will provide a pleasant show even if they grew a bit in the fall.

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  • You may want to remove them, since if they sprout they produce weedy plants that aren't useful for growing vegetables.

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  • If your gene or blood tests are negative, however, there is then no reason to suspect you have the disease should similar symptoms sprout up at any point in your life.

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  • Like the regular network, Kids Sprout airs programs that are appropriate for preschoolers.

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  • Instead, they'll need to sprout from your spine and move outwards to the edges of your back.

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  • For example, foods like grains, nuts and seeds should be soaked in water until they sprout before consumption.

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  • For instance, the most commonly known sprout is the alfalfa sprout.

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  • Spring How many sticky buds, candle ends sprout from the branches!

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  • Chloeia or Chloia, the festival of the corn beginning to sprout, held at Eleusis in the early spring (Anthesterion) in honour of Demeter Chloe, " the green," the goddess of growing vegetation.

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  • In the nursery, where there are lots of lovely little annual Rudbeckias, there are a number of little weeds starting to sprout.

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  • The map 's major junctions are nowhere to be found on the ground while unmarked junctions sprout everywhere.

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  • Girls go through a growth spurt, where they sprout up in height several inches.

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  • Sprout kits are available for purchase online and through many local garden stores.

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  • Most kits contain a soil-free base for the seeds to sprout.

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  • This home sprout kit is simple enough for beginners to use, yet offers features that seasoned sprouters enjoy as well.

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  • The young cygnets are starting to sprout their adult feathers.

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  • Sprout kits allow you to grow your own sprouts at home.

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  • There are many brands of sprout kits, but most of them contain the same items.

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  • Sprout seeds require an ample water supply to grow, but you must make sure your growing kit has unobstructed drainage holes to rid your trays of excess fluids.

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  • Don't panic if they sprout in the fall; just leave them alone and let nature guide their growth.

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  • Neither of these classes may marry, and the latter are specially sought at the season when the crops begin to sprout.

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  • Many fabric curtains can easily sprout mold and this creates health problems.

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  • Sooner or later, however, a new hot topic will come along to replace it, and new websites and blogs will sprout up to cover the need for information and pictures.

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  • Later, thinking back, he realized it was on that one-hour bike trip the first few seeds of comprehension began to sprout something besides weeds in the garden of his mind.

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  • A week later they had started to sprout, and late one night I did a prowl with the flashlight.

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  • Besides being one of the simplest seeds to sprout, buckwheat is a superfood when it comes to nutrition, and its versatility makes it a great addition to your healthy diet.

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  • No matter what herbicides she used, weeds would continue to sprout around her tomato plants.

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  • Organic toddler clothing at Go Green Baby Co. comes from brands like Under the Nile, Kate Quinn, and Zoe and Sprout; all brands have been chosen because of their continued commitment to the environment.

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  • This is a great project for children as sprouts are quick growing and as such a youngster can see a marked difference, from seed to sprout, over the course of a few days.

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  • Players begin on the Island of Catan and work toward control of the island by building small communities which may then sprout into settlements and finally into entire cities.

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  • The bone chilling cold of the High Sierras will get most people scurrying for their goose down comforters and leaves nary a chance for even the hardiest of grape to sprout.

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