How to Pronounce peaty?

Correct pronunciation for the word "peaty" is [pˈiːti], [pˈiːti], [p_ˈiː_t_i].

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"Peaty" in context

Peaty is a type of soil that primarily consists of ancient, decomposed organic materials such as grass, dead plants, and other vegetation. It has a unique peat-like aroma and is also sometimes called muck, swamp soil, or turf. Peaty soil has a low nutrient content, but it can be extremely important for growing certain plants and crops. It is an important soil conditioner, and helps to increase the water retention capabilities of the soil, which can be beneficial for certain types of crops. Peaty soil also helps to improve soil structure and improve the quality of crop growth by providing an ideal atmosphere for microbial activity.

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Usage over time for peaty:

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