What is the adjective for friably?

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friable
  1. Easily broken into small fragments, crumbled, or reduced to powder.
  2. (of soil) Loose and large-grained in consistency.
  3. (poison) Likely to crumble and become airborne, thus becoming a health risk
  4. (mathematics) smooth: that factors completely into small prime numbers.
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    1. “The best form of winter protection is to mound up each plant at its base with loose, friable soil that drains well.”
      “Like carrots, swedes and turnips prefer to be grown in well-drained and friable soil that hasn't been freshly manured.”
      “Ants love sandy soil so if you add plenty of humus, such as compost, you'll end up with dark, moist, friable soil and no ants.”
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