Meaning Aeration
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Preparation of a saturated solution of air gases by either spraying the solution in air or by bubbling air through it.
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This process of encouraging a wine to absorb oxygen is also called breathing. Simply pulling the cork out of a bottle may not allow for sufficient air contact; decanting or even swirling the wine in a [..]
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1570s, from French aération, from aérer (v.), from Latin aer (see air (n.1)). In some cases, from aerate.
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The action of introducing air or oxygen to the wort (unfermented beer) at various stages of the brewing process. Proper aeration before primary fermentation is vital to yeast health and vigorous ferme [..]
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In general, any process whereby a substance becomes permeated with air or other gas; can be used synonymously with "ventilation." This term refers to the formation and renewal of soil air. S [..]
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What happens to a wine when you add air to help its perfume become more noticeable.
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To be exposed to air; to cause air to circulate through a medium.
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refers to the amount of air space available in soil; roots need air to thrive, and air spaces also provide drainage and passages for insects and worms in the soil-food web; sandy soils have greatest a [..]
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The loosening of soil by digging or by other mechanical means to allow air to move freely.
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Supplying soil and roots with air or oxygen.
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The process in which air in the spaces around soil particles is renewed.
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Puncturing the soil to allow better water and air circulation
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Any method of loosening soil or compost to allow air to circulate.
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A process of supplying soil and roots with air or oxygen.
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Supplying soil and roots with air or oxygen. AEROPONICS
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the process by which the oxygen-deficient air in compost is replaced by air from the atmosphere; aeration can be enhanced by turning compost
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Aeration is often achieved by hollow tining (also called coring) and is vital. This aspect of Lawn maintenance is a must and is often carried out in early autumn when the soil is moist and the warm conditions allow the grass to recover. This part of lawn care helps with compaction of the soil, allowing the turf to achieve deep root growth. Lawn aer [..]
Source: jhps-gardens.co.uk

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Aeration is the process to put oxygen into the turf, so to the roots. Usually it is done once or twice a year at a golf course. To loosen the turf, a special machinery makes holes in a certain pattern into the ground. Normally it needs a few weeks for the holes to fill in and grow over. For that reason some golf courses reduce the fee while the gro [..]
Source: thematchplayer.com

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Aeration refers to the amount of air present in the soil. Properly aerated soil allows for the healthy growth of plants' roots, therefore promoting the overall vigor of the plants grown. Water an [..]
Source: plantguide.lowes.ca

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The process of providing oxygen to plant roots to encourage nutrient uptake, root development and overall health.
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A method of increasing water and oxygen into compact soil by creating tiny slices or holes throughout the area.
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Mechanically loosening or puncturing soil to increase permeability to water and air.
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Supplying soil and roots with air or oxygen. Geolite is an example of a medium with excellent aeration. In some hydroponic systems, a nutrient solution is aerated by the output of an aquarium pump.
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Introducing air between the particles of a soil by digging, forking, spiking, etc., to encourage healthy growth of the roots and allow beneficial bacteria to break down decaying materials into plant foods.
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Aeration basically is a golf terminology hinting towards the aeration of soil. The soil on the greens which has been compacted by the traffic of golfers, is opened up by punching of holes and removal of dirt.
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A synonym of aerification
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Aeration is the ventilation of the putting green. Holes with 2-3 inches are pressed in the ground. The soil compaction is broken up resulting in a gas exchange. Soil life of aerobic bacteria and grass [..]
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The state of air being suspended in a liquid such as a lubricant or hydraulic fluid.
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Aeration is a process where air is forced into a substance.Examples: Aquarium bubblers increase the oxygen content of the water by aeration.
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supplying growing mediums and roots with air or oxygen.
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 the deliberate addition of oxygen to round out and soften a wine
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exposing a substance to air, performed at various stages of the brewing process.
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Blower process of forcing air bubbles into a pool of liquid
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Technique that is used with water treatment that demands oxygen
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(n) the process of exposing to air (so as to purify)(n) the act of charging a liquid with a gas making it effervescent
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the addition of air to water or to the pores in soil
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Act of combining substance with air.
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Air trapped in the hydraulic fluid. Excessive aeration causes the fluid to appear milky and components to operate erratically.
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The process of adding pure oxygen or air into water for the purpose of increasing the dissolved oxygen content.
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Passing air through a solid or liquid, especially a process that promotes breakdown or movement of contaminants in soil or water by exposing them to air.
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A process which promotes biological degradation of organic matter in water. The process may be passive (as when waste is exposed to air), or active (as when a mixing or bubbling device introduces the [..]
Source: environmentallawyers.com

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A process which promotes biological degradation of organic matter in water. The process may be passive (as when waste is exposed to air), or active (as when a mixing or bubbling device introduces the [..]
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A process which promotes biological degradation of organic matter in water. The process may be passive (as when waste is exposed to air), or active (as when a mixing or bubbling device introduces t [..]
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The process of adding air to water. Air can be added to water by either passing air through water or passing water through air. Aerobic: Requires air or oxygen to function.
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The process of adding air to water. Air can be added to water by either passing air through water or passing water through air. Air Binding: A situation where air enters the filter media. Air is harmf [..]
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A process by which water becomes charged with air directly from the atmosphere.  Dissolved gases, such as oxygen, are then available for reactions in water.
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Removal of soil cores from a turf with hollow tines or spoons. This can help to alleviate soil compaction.
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The mixing or agitation of wastewater, allowing for the mixture of air (oxygen) with the wastewater.
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  The process or method of bringing about intimate contact between air and a liquid.
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to expose ethylene oxide gas-sterilized item to warm, circulating air to remove trace ethylene oxide.
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Contact between air and a liquid by diffusion or mechanical mixing.
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The process of adding air to water. Air can be added to water by either passing air through water or passing water through air.
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The process of adding air to water. Air can be added to water by passing air through water or passing water through air. Algae
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Exposure of a medium to air to allow exchange of gases.
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Aeration commonly refers to the process of using mechanized equipment to either puncture the soil with spikes (spike aeration) or remove approximately 1"x2" cores of soil from the ground (co [..]
Source: healthysoil.com

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The process of method of bringing about intimate contact between air and a liquid.
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bringing about the contact of the compost with air through turning, or ventilating to allow microbial aerobic metabolism.
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Act of combining substance with air.
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<physiology> To add air or oxygen into a liquid. (06 May 1997)
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Mechanically loosening or puncturing soil to increase permeability to water and air.
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the mixing or turbulent exposure of water to air and oxygen to dissipate volatile contaminants and other pollutants into the air.
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The process of method of bringing about intimate contact between air and a liquid.
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The process of introducing air space in soil. (See core aeration)
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the process of exposing to circulating air.
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combining or charging a fluid with a gas, as in oil being aerated with air
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The process of bringing air into contact with a liquid (typically water), usually by bubbling air through the liquid, spraying the liquid into the air, allowing the liquid to cascade down a waterfall, [..]
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Exposing to the action of air, like blowing air through water before discharging to a river.
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Passing air through a solid or liquid, often part of a process that promotes breakdown or movement of contaminants in soil or water by exposing them to air.
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The process by which air is circulated through or mixed with a substance such as soil or a liquid.
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Aeration refers to the amount of air present in the soil. Properly aerated soil allows for the healthy growth of plants' roots, therefore promoting the overall vigor of the plants grown. Water an [..]
Source: plantguide.lowes.com

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Aeration (also called aerification or aeriation) is the process by which air is circulated through, mixed with or dissolved in a liquid or other substances that act as a fluid (such as soil). Aeration [..]
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