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- (agriculture/political science) In grain marketing, the combining of two different qualities of grain in order to change the total value of both lots. For example, it is common to blend grains of differing moisture or different foreign material content to achieve the requirements of a contract order.
- (geology) Mixing in predetermined and controlled quantities to give a uniform product. BS, 5
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms