Last updated: March 9, 2018

What Does Lodge Mean?

To lodge in horticulture means to lie down or be flattened. Heavy rains or high winds may lodge (flatten) wheat or grass.


Maximum Yield Explains Lodge

Although a seldom-used expression, lodging occurs frequently, mostly from natural causes such as a storm or wind.

Lodging affects tall grasses, prairies, or grain crops such as wheat and corn. But it can occur elsewhere, and a group of fallen trees are also known as a lodge.


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