spewy

spewy

(ˈspjuːɪ)
adj, spewier or spewiest
1. (Agriculture) marshy
2. frothy
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The survival and longevity of mole channels at the Rutherglen site were in doubt due to the sodic nature of the subsoil and variable thickness of 'spewy' bleached A2 horizons.
I tried to explain I was up to my knees in spewy water and she backed out, looking as though she might phone environmental health.
But how is a farmer who has not the resources to keep himself in all the noxious substances which intensive farming requires to make spewy, exhausted soil productive and to prevent puny, sick crops from entirely perishing, how is such a farmer, I say, to find the resources to plant trees, to grub up weeds, to hire labour, to tend hedges, to create grass banks and 'wildlife corridors', in short to do all the things that extensifying farming practice requires?