recompact

recompact

(ˌriːkəmˈpækt)
vb (tr)
to pack or join (something) closely together again
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[56], tillage at the beginning of the growing season temporarily decreases soil bulk density but subsequent trips in the field for agronomic practices, rainfall events, and other disturbances activities can recompact the soil.
shall recollect that dust, and then recompact that body, and then re-inanimate that man, and that is the accomplishment of all.
What is to blame is their "incontrollable tendency to reconstruct and recompact on any level the male cohort [which] impedes a healthy mending of the problem," Masotto continues.
In many Coastal Plain soils, subsurface horizons recompact quickly and require annual or semi-annual (for double cropping) deep tillage to provide a suitable rooting environment.
One way in which African states have tried to redefine and recompact the content and context of politics in this era of globalization and democratization is through constitutionalism.
Recompact after alignment is corrected, and backfill to the finish grade.
After adjusting the support, verify plumb and recompact the soil.