Vine variable in vigor and productiveness, usually hardy and healthy.
Bartlett, H., testimony of in relation to the productiveness of labor, 264.
Considerable variation in productiveness is evident in the different populations.
But productiveness is a quality the advantages of which can be perceived by all.
Vine medium to vigorous, unusually hardy, variable in productiveness, susceptible to severe attacks of mildew.
Hence no increase in the productiveness of labour can increase the total sum of values.
There was no single patch untilled, and no cultivation that was not up to the full limit of the soil's productiveness.
Vine variable in vigor and productiveness, hardy and healthy.
The Royal Agricultural Society say that chemistry is unable to explain the productiveness of soils.
Vine vigorous, doubtfully hardy, variable in productiveness.
1610s, from French productif (16c.) and directly from Medieval Latin productivus "fit for production," from Latin product-, past participle stem of producere (see produce (v.)). Related: Productively; productiveness.
productive pro·duc·tive (prə-dŭk'tĭv, prō-)
Producing or capable of producing mucus or sputum.
Forming new tissue, as of an inflammation.