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A fertilizer (American English) or fertiliser is any material of natural or synthetic origin (other than liming ...

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Chemical Fertilizer or Organic Fertilizer. A chemical fertilizer is defined as any inorganic material of wholly or partially synthetic origin that is added to the soil to  ...

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Ask most any gardener whether they prefer organic or chemical fertilizer, and chances are you'll spark a lively debate. However, if you could ask your plants the ...

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Chemical Fertilizer - Detailed information on chemical fertilizers, inorganic fertilizer, uses, advantages of inorganic fertilizers and chemical fertilizer suppliers , ...

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A chemical fertilizer is a substance applied to soils or directly onto plants to provide nutrients optimal for their growth and development. The essential.

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Apr 18, 2013 ... A commonly manufactured fertilizer is ammonium nitrate, a chemical compound with the symbol NH4NO3. A white crystalline solid at room ...

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Want a better Chemical Fertilizer for your lawn with fewer hidden consequences? How to choose a product to benefit your grass and save you money & trouble.

www.sustainablebabysteps.com/effects-of-chemical-fertilizers.html

The effects of chemical fertilizers are not widely spoken about. This is partially because they are largely untested. We understand there is a risk of groundwater  ...

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Chemical or inorganic fertilizers are synthetically manufactured products that provide garden soil with the 13 essential nutrients required to grow healthy plants .

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Any of a large number of natural and synthetic materials, including manure and nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium compounds, spread on or worked into soil  ...