- stems or stalks collectively, as of grain or of peas, beans, or hops, especially as used for litter or thatching.
- a single stem or stalk.
Origin of haulm
Examples from the Web for haulm
Historical Examples of haulm
In other instances the haulm of the seed is left in the field so that the cattle have access to it.
These form better coverings than straw or haulm, which is liable to become musty, and communicate the effect to the roots.The American Flower Garden Directory
The haulm, when the seed crop has been well saved, has some feeding value, especially for cattle.
I have used, with advantage, the haulm of beans cut into lengths of about an inch.The different modes of cultivating the pine-apple
John Claudius Loudon
He had theories as to hilling potatoes, or rather as to not hilling them until the ground could be drawn round the haulm wet.Memoirs of a Surrey Labourer
George Sturt (AKA George Bourne)
- the stems or stalks of beans, peas, potatoes, grasses, etc, collectively, as used for thatching, bedding, etc
- a single stem of such a plant