- n. Plural form of nutrient.
“The most important undercurrent is the Equatorial Undercurrent that flows from the west, producing upwellings of cool water rich in nutrients near western shores.”
“The primary benefit is getting nutrients from the compost to the roots quickly, but many gardeners swear by misting it onto the leaves of plants as a way of treating leaf fungus and other plant ailments.”
“We know that the ground we tend without toxins is always better off than when we started, the soil will be richer in nutrients and carbon, the wildlife more diverse and healthy.”
“Because this is focused it can capture higher quantities of nutrients from the produce.”
“They suck up all the oxygen and take the most nutrients from the soil, crowding out all of the up-and-coming green.”
“However, cultivating a garden also means making sure the plant gets more of the nutrients from the soil rather than waste it on weeds.”
“Yeah, I named him Seymour, and then proceeded to behead him (the flowering stem is inedible, and saps the nutrients from the rest of the plant ... it had to be done!) and kidnap some of the "offspring" (read: stalks) to make these muffins!”
“How does the study deal with the differences in nutrients per dollar of food bought between US and European consumption?”
“Some of the tips are simple to remember, such as eating more colors, since foods rich in nutrients tend not to be white or beige.”
“The latest study suggests that women benefited from eating whole soy, possibly because other nutrients from the plant act together in healthy ways, Shu says.”
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