Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fallow.(verb)
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Use "fallows" in a sentence
"Their rapid seedling growth is conducive to short-term fallows and to replanting if management should reduce growth vigor."
""These old forests, called fallows, have traditionally been classified as high forest pristine forest on well-drained ground by Western researchers," Balee wrote in 2003."
"In the effects of time, in what in Agriculture are technically called fallows -- the repose of the fields -- we recognise by science certain chemical actions, which are continually exercised by the elements of the atmosphere upon the whole surface of our globe."