Composted [verb]

Definition of Composted:

make ready to bear, produce

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Sentence/Example of Composted:

It must be carefully composted with peat, and turned over several times before being used.

In Indianapolis it is composted with marl and sawdust, and after some months used as a fertilizer.

Peruvian Guano, so serviceable in its first applications to light soils, may be composted with muck to the greatest advantage.

Peat soil or swamp muck that has been composted for two or three years has failed to give me good returns.

He refers to a record of the early fourteenth century of the payment of more than twice the ordinary rent for composted land.

The third sample was, finally, the same muck composted with white-fish.

Manure that has been well composted should be used plentifully and plowed in deep.

Pig Manure, unless well composted with soil or refuse, is usually too heavy and rich.

A wide hole should be dug where the furrows cross, and into this composted manure should be put.

These ingredients are composted and if the work is well done will meet very well the soil and food requirements of the grape.