Disbud meaning

dĭs-bŭd
To remove buds from (a plant) to promote better blooms from the remaining buds or control the shape of the plant.
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To prevent the growth of horns on (livestock) by destroying or removing newly developing horns.
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To remove buds from the stems of (a plant), usually leaving only terminal buds, to ensure growth of large blooms.
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To prevent the growth of horns on livestock by destroying or removing newly developing horns.
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(horticulture) To remove buds from a plant in order to promote growth and health in the remaining buds.
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(veterinary) To remove horn-buds from a young calf, lamb or goat kid, to prevent growth of horns.
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Origin of disbud

  • dis- +‎ bud

    From Wiktionary