In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(soil) remover(blood) oxigenar(drink/liquid) gasificar British
- For this reason, it is important to stir and aerate stored grain.
- He must be aerating the soil, the blessed man.
- To feed the microbes, plants must aerate sewage sludge with costly, power-hogging equipment.
- The winter freezing and thawing will naturally aerate the soil.
- This is useful to control weeds and aerate the soil, which helps deter seedling diseases.
- He concentrated on feeding the bacteria, which aerate the earth and decompose organic matter.
- If you want a more ‘advanced’ tasting, clench your teeth and suck in some air to help aerate the wine.
- A whisk is the best tool for combining the liquid with the flour-butter mixture - it aerates the sauce as well as blends it.
- They aerate the soil and leave nutrient-rich waste.
- Fountains play at either end of the main pool, aerating the water.
- We've put pumps in to aerate the water and feed back oxygen into the dam for the fish to survive.
- You can reduce this ground compaction and add air to the soil by aerating your entire lawn.
- This patient, a young woman, had obtained her nitrous oxide from cartridges of nitrous oxide used to aerate cream.
- Can evolution explain the earthworm's activities of loosening, stirring up and aerating the soil to make it more fertile?
- Earthworms would now plow the pastures and aerate the soil.
- There are a range of options to aerate soil, depending on the size of your garden.
- You also may need to aerate the water so the water organisms' oxygen needs are met.
- And the drainage pipes aerate the soil nicely - especially the soil used to cover the pipes.
- Cultivate 2 inches deep 7 days after treatment to aerate the soil.
- A layer of organic mulch on the surface continually adds soil-building humus, while feeding earthworms that tunnel to aerate the soil.
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