Definitions

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  • n. Any fertilizer of biological origin

Etymologies

bio- +‎ fertilizer (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The second group of biofertilizer is made up of mycorrhizal fungi which infect roots of the host plant where they proliferate.

    Chapter 19

  • From a farmer's point of view, it might be better to call them biofertilizer digesters instead of biogas digester.

    Chapter 12

  • The second product is organic fertilizer, in other words, biofertilizer.

    Chapter 12

  • This first section is based in large part on the introduction to biofertilizer in The Compleat Biogas Handbook.

    Chapter 12

  • Human waste can be safely used in biogas and biofertilizer production:

    Chapter 12

  • Depending on the soil analysis and the crop to be grown, it may be necessary to supplement the biofertilizer, be it biogas sludge or compost with small quantities of chemical fertilizers to meet the requirements of normal plant growth.

    Chapter 12

  • And if human waste is used, should the sludge be used as a biofertilizer?

    Chapter 12

  • Using the biofertilizer has become a waste of time.

    Chapter 15

  • Before building a biogas system, you might ask all the farmers and fish pond owners you know if they would buy biofertilizer and at what price for both the liquid and the solid kinds.

    Chapter 15

  • When the variable factors are all at their best, the digester's biogas production rate and the sanitary quality of the biofertilizer will be at their best.

    Chapter 15

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