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aerate

To introduce air into soil or water by natural or artificial means.
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By aerating them in late November, Blissful is able to keep its greens open during the winter as long as it doesn't snow.
I much prefer performing the whole yard and gardening routine, including mixing and aerating compost, than doing a mindless exercise routine.
Introducing readers to an expansive exploration of the most common turfgrass species, soil and their nutrient requirements, planning for existing light and water conditions, lawn installation techniques, maintenance, including fertilization, aerating and thatch control, pest management for insects, weeds and diseases, troubleshooting for lawn repair and renovation, an annual lawn maintenance calendar, and low-maintenance and groundcover alternatives, Lawns Natural And Organic diligently compiles all the necessary information for creating, organizing, and maintaining a beautiful lawn.
A couple thousand miles of plastic pipe and some big pumps could create a superproductive zone in the Gulf by both aerating and mixing the water.
Users can fully program the instrument to carry out slicing, shearing, compressing, compacting, mixing and aerating cycles in any combination and sequence.
Aerating and decanting have very different effects, needed by entirely different wines.