a method of artificial pollination of fig trees by wasps that prick the buds on branches of the caprifig that have been hung in trees of the edible fig.
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a method of pollinating the edible fig by hanging branches of caprifig flowers in edible fig trees. Parasitic wasps in the caprifig flowers transfer pollen to the edible fig flowers
the wild fig, Ficus carica, bearing an inedible fruit used in pollination of the edible fig. the fruit itself. Historical Examples The Romance of Plant Life G. F. Scott Elliot The Romance of Plant Life G. F. Scott Elliot The Romance of Plant Life G. F. Scott Elliot noun a wild variety of fig, Ficus […]
belonging to the Caprifoliaceae, the honeysuckle family of plants. adjective of, relating to, or belonging to the Caprifoliaceae, a family of N temperate shrubs, small trees, and climbers including honeysuckle, elder, and guelder-rose
of or relating to goats. adjective of or resembling a goat adj.
a caper or leap. Manège. a movement in which the horse jumps up with its forelegs well drawn in, kicks out with its hind legs in a horizontal position in the air, and then lands again on the same spot. to execute a capriole. Historical Examples The School of Recreation (1684 edition) Robert Howlett noun […]