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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
verb tr., intr.: To form or cause to form into clumps.
From Latin flocculus, diminutive of Latin floccus (tuft of wool). Earliest documented use: 1826.
“Organic matter causes clay particles to flocculate and make larger lumps.”
Laurie Donnelly; Soil Smarts; Country Living Gardener (Birmingham, Alabama); Fall 2004.
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