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- n. Land whose soil is primarily composed of humus from drained swampland, used for growing certain crops such as onions and carrots.
When the Seventh Spear paused to make camp, the soldiers shared what they remembered about the southernmost province of Oz. Quadling Country was your basic muckland.
A 2006 muckland survey done in New York state showed 30,408 acres of muckland planted with crops.
John DeHollander, district manager with Oswego County Soil and Water Conservation District, said the Great Lakes basin is the key area of the United States for muckland.