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- n. alternative spelling of fertilizer.
- n. any substance such as manure or a mixture of nitrates used to make soil more fertile
“The Saskatchewan-based company, one of the world's biggest producers of fertiliser, is desperately seeking a white knight-style bidder to escape the clutches of BHP.”
“Before they go in, the plants 'roots are dipped in liquid "fertiliser" - basically a home-made concoction of seaweed extract, compost and water.”
“Breivik was said to have been placed on an intelligence watch list in March after apparently buying chemical fertiliser from a Polish company.”
“It will also make available a considerable quantity of organic fertiliser, which is particularly useful for soils subject to erosion.”
“Thus, when asked why we call a patent fertiliser good, we may, if we can find a listener, show that the fertiliser is a means to good crops, good crops a means to food, food a means to life, and life a necessary condition of good states of mind.”
“It was 6 tonnes of fertiliser, which is a small, normal order for a standard agricultural producer.”
“One of the key members of the so-called fertiliser bomb plot gang, who discussed blowing up the Ministry of Sound nightclub or Bluewater shopping centre, also came from Luton.”
“It is an exceptionally valuable fertiliser, which is far better value than artificial fertilisers, where costs have spiralled over recent years.”
“Afghan president bans fertiliser used in bombs AFGHAN President Hamid Karzai has banned the sale and possession of ammonium nitrate fertiliser, which is used by Islamist insurgents to make deadly homemade bombs, a statement said today.”
“The fertiliser is a biosolid which is the end result of waste-water treatment process.”
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