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The gophers, the researchers conclude, provide conditions that favor root growth by spreading their own waste as fertilizer, aerating the soil and repeatedly nibbling on roots to encourage new sprouting.Do gophers farm roots? It’s not as clear as viral articles claim|Sharon Oosthoek|July 14, 2022|Science News
Tank traffic can alter the community of soil microbes and reduce the abundance of other organisms, like soil-aerating earthworms, for several years as well, members of the same team reported in Applied Soil Ecology.Russia’s invasion could cause long-term harm to Ukraine’s prized soil|Rebecca Dzombak|June 21, 2022|Science News
In fact, as in a fish tank, oxygen released by the bubbles would help keep the water well aerated.
Tilling churns the surface of the soil, aerates it, and allows it to be mixed with plant material or fertilizer for the next planting.
The frother’s lid features a hand pump that connects to a plunger that moves through the milk to aerate it.
For 45 minutes, I get to aerate my brain, turn the world upside down, revel in music, poetry, humor.
Another method where fresh water is not available, as on a long drive, is to aerate it by pouring from one pail to another.Outdoor Sports and Games|Claude H. Miller
They hung out their washings where machine-gun bullets could aerate them.Young Hilda at the Wars|Arthur Gleason
You can aerate his house, not only with air, but with ideas.Mankind in the Making|H. G. Wells
During life they are filled with air, and they serve to aerate the blood circulating in the interior of the appendage.The Life of Crustacea|William Thomas Calman
He smiled, and I went forward to where Mr Preddle was making himself very hot by using the bellows to aerate the water.Sail Ho!|George Manville Fenn