(1) Crates must be so designed that the farrowing sow will have a clear space behind her to facilitate easy farrowing and also able to prevent the newly born piglets from getting squashed.(2) If you forgot to sow some seeds, young tender perennial plants can be bought, potted into individual containers and grown on.(3) On one farm I know in Perthshire they have not even been able to sow their grass, let alone cut it.(4) He said most of the stock is ingot, whereas more consumers prefer T-bar or sow .(5) And there's no joy for farmers getting ready to sow winter crops, with diesel prices also set to rise.(6) Lactation insufficiency in the sow is an extremely complex syndrome, and over 30 different etiologies have been associated with the problem.(7) This is designed to sow doubts among his followers about his authenticity.(8) Again, modern science's intrusion into a realm where it tends to sow confusion lies at the heart of the matter.(9) Most gardeners propagate sagos from offsets from the mother plant, but you can sow fertilized seeds.(10) In stalls, the sow can move within the limits of the bars or fences.(11) When you sow a seed or plant a tree, either the seed will germinate and the tree will grow, or they will die.(12) Now is the perfect time to sow a few seeds or plant out some seedlings.(13) Or the collapse could all be part of a republican game plan to sow confusion among Unionists and reap the electoral rewards.(14) It is the first festival after the monsoon - traditionally a period when warfare was suspended and fighting men went back to their villages to sow their crops - so the timing is significant.(15) These days, in fact, he tries to identify bears - such as the sow and her cubs we're looking for - that might get hooked and move them well before they do.(16) Many nurseries carry this plant, but it's not too late to sow a crop.