How Do You Spell GDD?
The term "GDD," which stands for "Growing Degree Days," is a common term used in agriculture and meteorology. It is a measure of the amount of heat accumulated during the growing season, which is used to predict plant growth and development. The spelling of "GDD" is phonetically transcribed as /ˈɡroʊɪŋ dəˈɡri di/ in the International Phonetic Alphabet. This indicates that it is pronounced with a stress on the second syllable of "growing" and the first syllable of "degree," followed by a weak pronunciation of the final syllable of "degree" and the first syllable of "days."