from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to manure; serving for manure; fertilizing: as, the manurial value of phosphates.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Relating to manures.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to
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Contrary to a common belief, these sludges have no manurial value.
The manurial requirements of the winged bean have not been studied in detail, but it responds favourably to nitrogen fertilisation.
Leaves, however, besides being poor in manurial ingredients, make a bad litter, as they ferment but slowly.
The recognition of the manurial functions of salt dates back to the very earliest times.
Of manurial ingredients, nitrogen is by far the most important, and on the presence and character of the nitrogen it contains, the fertility of
In considering the evidence of the manurial value of salt, we are at once brought face to face with the fact that the experience of its action in the past has as often been unfavourable as favourable.
The term artificial fertilizers, applies to all manurial applications, save those produced by domestic animals.
Its manurial value compared with _nitrate of soda_,
MOCKENRIDGE, F. A.: The occurrence and nature of the plant growth promoting substances in various organic manurial composts.
In Chapter VI. we pointed out that of the three manurial ingredients potash was the one most abundantly occurring, and that, consequently, the necessity of adding it in the form of an artificial manure existed less frequently than in the case of nitrogen or phosphoric acid.