a , as of crops or timber, one harvesting, cutting, etc.; second crop.
Historical Examples

The aftergrowth with the different crops varied considerably.
Inorganic Plant Poisons and Stimulants Winifred E. Brenchley

The most important advantage of the process is the elimination of the aftergrowth problem.
Chlorination of Water Joseph Race

Thus happiness hath root In seeing, not in loving, which of sight Is aftergrowth.
The Vision of Paradise, Complete Dante Alighieri

Moses they revered, and his law; but the aftergrowth, priestly and prophetic, they discarded.
The Cradle of the Christ Octavius Brooks Frothingham

But from such a wrecked and blasted soil what aftergrowth could ever spring?
Olive Dinah Maria Craik, (AKA Dinah Maria Mulock)

Into their first creation we have ceased to enquire: it is their aftergrowth with which we are now concerned.
Cratylus Plato

This increase in the bacteria is technically known as “aftergrowth” and will be discussed more fully in Chapter IV.
Chlorination of Water Joseph Race


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