Substances or mixtures that are added to the soil to supply nutrients or to make available nutrients already present in the soil, in order to increase plant growth and productivity.
The unconsolidated mineral or organic matter on the surface of the earth that serves as a natural medium for the growth of land plants.
The science, art or practice of cultivating soil, producing crops, and raising livestock.
Accumulations of solid or liquid animal excreta usually from stables and barnyards with or without litter material. Its chief application is as a fertilizer. (From Webster's 3d ed)
An element with the atomic symbol N, atomic number 7, and atomic weight [14.00643; 14.00728]. Nitrogen exists as a diatomic gas and makes up about 78% of the earth's atmosphere by volume. It is a constituent of proteins and nucleic acids and found in all living cells.
Cultivated plants or agricultural produce such as grain, vegetables, or fruit. (From American Heritage Dictionary, 1982)
The science of the chemical composition and reactions of chemicals involved in the production, protection and use of crops and livestock. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
Inorganic or organic salts and esters of nitric acid. These compounds contain the NO3- radical.
Organic matter in a state of advanced decay, after passing through the stages of COMPOST and PEAT and before becoming lignite (COAL). It is composed of a heterogenous mixture of compounds including phenolic radicals and acids that polymerize and are not easily separated nor analyzed. (E.A. Ghabbour & G. Davies, eds. Humic Substances, 2001).
Inorganic compounds that contain nitrogen as an integral part of the molecule.
A measure of the total greenhouse gas emissions produced by an individual, organization, event, or product. It is measured in units of equivalent kilograms of CARBON DIOXIDE generated in a given time frame.
Contamination of the air, bodies of water, or land with substances that are harmful to human health and the environment.
Adverse effect upon bodies of water (LAKES; RIVERS; seas; groundwater etc.) caused by CHEMICAL WATER POLLUTANTS.
The presence of bacteria, viruses, and fungi in the soil. This term is not restricted to pathogenic organisms.
A non-metal element that has the atomic symbol P, atomic number 15, and atomic weight 31. It is an essential element that takes part in a broad variety of biochemical reactions.
Science dealing with the properties, distribution, and circulation of water on and below the earth's surface, and atmosphere.
A plant genus of the family PONTEDERIACEAE that is used as a biological filter for treating wastewater.
Substances which pollute the soil. Use for soil pollutants in general or for which there is no specific heading.
The effect of GLOBAL WARMING and the resulting increase in world temperatures. The predicted health effects of such long-term climatic change include increased incidence of respiratory, water-borne, and vector-borne diseases.
Liquid water present beneath the surface of the earth.
A plant genus of the family BROMELIACEAE known for the edible fruit that is the source of BROMELAINS.
A rating of a body of water based on measurable physical, chemical, and biological characteristics.
The protection, preservation, restoration, and rational use of all resources in the total environment.
Total mass of all the organisms of a given type and/or in a given area. (From Concise Dictionary of Biology, 1990) It includes the yield of vegetative mass produced from any given crop.
Disposal, processing, controlling, recycling, and reusing the solid, liquid, and gaseous wastes of plants, animals, humans, and other organisms. It includes control within a closed ecological system to maintain a habitable environment.
A plant species of the family POACEAE. It is a tall grass grown for its EDIBLE GRAIN, corn, used as food and animal FODDER.
A genus of gram-negative, aerobic, straight, curved, or branched rods which are motile by a single polar flagellum. (From Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology, 9th ed)
A plant genus, in the family AMARANTHACEAE, best known as a source of high-protein grain crops and of Red Dye No. 2 (AMARANTH DYE). Tumbleweed sometimes refers to Amaranthus but more often refers to SALSOLA.
Any combustible hydrocarbon deposit formed from the remains of prehistoric organisms. Examples are petroleum, coal, and natural gas.
Debris resulting from a process that is of no further use to the system producing it. The concept includes materials discharged from or stored in a system in inert form as a by-product of vital activities. (From Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, 1981)
Chemicals used in agriculture. These include pesticides, fumigants, fertilizers, plant hormones, steroids, antibiotics, mycotoxins, etc.
The monitoring of the level of toxins, chemical pollutants, microbial contaminants, or other harmful substances in the environment (soil, air, and water), workplace, or in the bodies of people and animals present in that environment.
The aggregate enterprise of manufacturing and technically producing chemicals. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
Native, inorganic or fossilized organic substances having a definite chemical composition and formed by inorganic reactions. They may occur as individual crystals or may be disseminated in some other mineral or rock. (Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed; McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
Systems of agriculture which adhere to nationally regulated standards that restrict the use of pesticides, non-organic fertilizers, genetic engineering, growth hormones, irradiation, antibiotics, and non-organic ANIMAL FEED.
A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
Nitrogen oxide (N2O). A colorless, odorless gas that is used as an anesthetic and analgesic. High concentrations cause a narcotic effect and may replace oxygen, causing death by asphyxia. It is also used as a food aerosol in the preparation of whipping cream.
A plant family of the order Primulales, subclass Dilleniidae, class Magnoliopsida. The flowers have both stamens and pistil, and the fruits are capsules.
A broad range of biologically active compounds which occur naturally in plants having important medicinal and nutritional properties.
Planned management, use, and preservation of energy resources.
The immediate physical zone surrounding plant roots that include the plant roots. It is an area of intense and complex biological activity involving plants, microorganisms, other soil organisms, and the soil.
A plant genus of the family POACEAE that is used for forage.
The process in certain BACTERIA; FUNGI; and CYANOBACTERIA converting free atmospheric NITROGEN to biologically usable forms of nitrogen, such as AMMONIA; NITRATES; and amino compounds.
Complex petroleum hydrocarbons consisting mainly of residues from crude oil distillation. These liquid products include heating oils, stove oils, and furnace oils and are burned to generate energy.
Water particles that fall from the ATMOSPHERE.
A colorless alkaline gas. It is formed in the body during decomposition of organic materials during a large number of metabolically important reactions. Note that the aqueous form of ammonia is referred to as AMMONIUM HYDROXIDE.
A plant genus of the family POACEAE that is the source of EDIBLE GRAIN. A hybrid with rye (SECALE CEREALE) is called TRITICALE. The seed is ground into FLOUR and used to make BREAD, and is the source of WHEAT GERM AGGLUTININS.
The prevention of growth and or spread of unwanted plants.
Substances or organisms which pollute the water or bodies of water. Use for water pollutants in general or those for which there is no specific heading.
The usually underground portions of a plant that serve as support, store food, and through which water and mineral nutrients enter the plant. (From American Heritage Dictionary, 1982; Concise Dictionary of Biology, 1990)
The circulation of nitrogen in nature, consisting of a cycle of biochemical reactions in which atmospheric nitrogen is compounded, dissolved in rain, and deposited in the soil, where it is assimilated and metabolized by bacteria and plants, eventually returning to the atmosphere by bacterial decomposition of organic matter.
Ecosystem and environmental activities, functions, or events.
The flow of water in enviromental bodies of water such as rivers, oceans, water supplies, aquariums, etc. It includes currents, tides, and waves.
A plant genus of the family FABACEAE that is widely used as ground cover and forage and known for the edible beans, VICIA FABA.
Chemical compounds which pollute the water of rivers, streams, lakes, the sea, reservoirs, or other bodies of water.
Garbage, refuse, or sludge, or other discarded materials from a wastewater treatment plant, water supply treatment plant, and air pollution control facility that include solid, semi-solid, or contained material. It does not include materials dissolved in domestic sewage, irrigation return flows, or industrial discharges.
Chemicals used to destroy pests of any sort. The concept includes fungicides (FUNGICIDES, INDUSTRIAL); INSECTICIDES; RODENTICIDES; etc.
The gaseous envelope surrounding a planet or similar body. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
The production and movement of food items from point of origin to use or consumption.

Global environmental impacts of agricultural expansion: the need for sustainable and efficient practices. (1/404)

The recent intensification of agriculture, and the prospects of future intensification, will have major detrimental impacts on the nonagricultural terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems of the world. The doubling of agricultural food production during the past 35 years was associated with a 6.87-fold increase in nitrogen fertilization, a 3.48-fold increase in phosphorus fertilization, a 1.68-fold increase in the amount of irrigated cropland, and a 1.1-fold increase in land in cultivation. Based on a simple linear extension of past trends, the anticipated next doubling of global food production would be associated with approximately 3-fold increases in nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization rates, a doubling of the irrigated land area, and an 18% increase in cropland. These projected changes would have dramatic impacts on the diversity, composition, and functioning of the remaining natural ecosystems of the world, and on their ability to provide society with a variety of essential ecosystem services. The largest impacts would be on freshwater and marine ecosystems, which would be greatly eutrophied by high rates of nitrogen and phosphorus release from agricultural fields. Aquatic nutrient eutrophication can lead to loss of biodiversity, outbreaks of nuisance species, shifts in the structure of food chains, and impairment of fisheries. Because of aerial redistribution of various forms of nitrogen, agricultural intensification also would eutrophy many natural terrestrial ecosystems and contribute to atmospheric accumulation of greenhouse gases. These detrimental environmental impacts of agriculture can be minimized only if there is much more efficient use and recycling of nitrogen and phosphorus in agroecosystems.  (+info)

Nitrogen management and the future of food: lessons from the management of energy and carbon. (2/404)

The food system dominates anthropogenic disruption of the nitrogen cycle by generating excess fixed nitrogen. Excess fixed nitrogen, in various guises, augments the greenhouse effect, diminishes stratospheric ozone, promotes smog, contaminates drinking water, acidifies rain, eutrophies bays and estuaries, and stresses ecosystems. Yet, to date, regulatory efforts to limit these disruptions largely ignore the food system. There are many parallels between food and energy. Food is to nitrogen as energy is to carbon. Nitrogen fertilizer is analogous to fossil fuel. Organic agriculture and agricultural biotechnology play roles analogous to renewable energy and nuclear power in political discourse. Nutrition research resembles energy end-use analysis. Meat is the electricity of food. As the agriculture and food system evolves to contain its impacts on the nitrogen cycle, several lessons can be extracted from energy and carbon: (i) set the goal of ecosystem stabilization; (ii) search the entire production and consumption system (grain, livestock, food distribution, and diet) for opportunities to improve efficiency; (iii) implement cap-and-trade systems for fixed nitrogen; (iv) expand research at the intersection of agriculture and ecology, and (v) focus on the food choices of the prosperous. There are important nitrogen-carbon links. The global increase in fixed nitrogen may be fertilizing the Earth, transferring significant amounts of carbon from the atmosphere to the biosphere, and mitigating global warming. A modern biofuels industry someday may produce biofuels from crop residues or dedicated energy crops, reducing the rate of fossil fuel use, while losses of nitrogen and other nutrients are minimized.  (+info)

Use of molecular and isotopic techniques to monitor the response of autotrophic ammonia-oxidizing populations of the beta subdivision of the class proteobacteria in arable soils to nitrogen fertilizer. (3/404)

This study examined the effects of NH(4)NO(3) fertilizer on the size and activity of nitrifying, autotrophic, ammonia-oxidizing populations of the beta subdivision of the class Proteobacteria in arable soils. Plots under different long-term fertilizer regimes were sampled before and after NH(4)NO(3) additions, and the rates of nitrification were determined by (15)N isotopic pool dilution assays. Ammonia-oxidizing populations in the plots were quantified by competitive PCR assays based on the amoA and ribosomal 16S genes. Prior to fertilizer addition, ammonium concentrations and nitrification rates in the plots were comparatively low; ammonia-oxidizing populations were present at 10(4) to 10(5) gene copies g of soil(-1). Three days after the application of fertilizer, nitrification rates had risen considerably but the size of the ammonia-oxidizing population was unchanged. Six weeks after fertilizer treatment, ammonium concentrations and nitrification rates had fallen while the ammonia-oxidizing populations in plots receiving fertilizer had increased. The rapidity of the rise in nitrification rates observed after 3 days suggests that it results from phenotypic changes in the ammonia-oxidizing bacterial population. Associated increases in population sizes were only observed after 6 weeks and did not correlate directly with nitrifying activity. Phylogenetic analyses of PCR products from one of the plots revealed a population dominated by Nitrosospira-type organisms, similar to those prevalent in other soils.  (+info)

Nitrogen pollution: an assessment of its threat to amphibian survival. (4/404)

The potential for nitrate to affect amphibian survival was evaluated by examining the areas in North America where concentrations of nitrate in water occur above amphibian toxicity thresholds. Nitrogen pollution from anthropogenic sources enters bodies of water through agricultural runoff or percolation associated with nitrogen fertilization, livestock, precipitation, and effluents from industrial and human wastes. Environmental concentrations of nitrate in watersheds throughout North America range from < 1 to > 100 mg/L. Of the 8,545 water quality samples collected from states and provinces bordering the Great Lakes, 19.8% contained nitrate concentrations exceeding those which can cause sublethal effects in amphibians. In the laboratory lethal and sublethal effects in amphibians are detected at nitrate concentrations between 2.5 and 100 mg/L. Furthermore, amphibian prey such as insects and predators of amphibians such as fish are also sensitive to these elevated levels of nitrate. From this we conclude that nitrate concentrations in some watersheds in North America are high enough to cause death and developmental anomalies in amphibians and impact other animals in aquatic ecosystems. In some situations, the use of vegetated buffer strips adjacent to water courses can reduce nitrogen contamination of surface waters. Ultimately, there is a need to reduce runoff, sewage effluent discharge, and the use of fertilizers, and to establish and enforce water quality guidelines for nitrate for the protection of aquatic organisms.  (+info)

Examination of slurry from cattle for pathogenic bacteria. (5/404)

One hundred and eighty-seven samples of slurry from cattle were examined forthe presence of salmonellas, pathogenic leptospires and brucellas. Small numbers of salmonellas, generally less than 1/g., were isolated from 20 samples (11%). These were S. dublin (12), S. typhimurium (4), S. indiana (1), S. bredeney (1), S. cerro (1) and S. unnamed 4, 12:d:-(1). Leptospires were isolated from 56 samples (30%) but none was pathogenic for hamsters. No brucellas were isolated. The results of this survey are discussed in relation to the epidemiology of salmonellosis.  (+info)

The effect of storage in slurry on the virulence of Salmonella dublin. (6/404)

The mouse was used as a model to determine whether storage of Salmonella dublin in slurry and in broth reduces the virulence of the organism. No reduction in virulence of S. dublin stored in slurry for 36 days or in maintenance broth for 70 days was observed. The disease hazard involved in pasture-spreading of slurry contaminated with salmonellas is related to factors other than virulence.  (+info)

Farming from a new perspective: remote sensing comes down to earth. (7/404)

Farmers strive to increase the yield of their fields by adding nutrients and water to the land, and using pesticides to control insects and disease. In addition to bountiful harvests, the results of their endeavors may include elevated amounts of fertilizers in surface waters and aquifers and potential risk to themselves and their neighbors from exposure to pesticides. Precision agriculture is the use of modern information technologies such as geographic information systems, the global positioning system, and remote sensing from the air to reduce the environmental effects of these chemicals while enhancing the productivity of farming. By combining crop yield maps with soil survey maps and remote sensing output, farmers can identify areas that need more or less fertilizer, water, or pesticide.  (+info)

Survival of coliform bacteria in sewage sludge applied to a forest clearcut and potential movement into groundwater. (8/404)

Anaerobically digested dewatered sludge (10 to 15 cm thick) was applied to a forest clearcut as a fertilizer source in northwest Washington on gravelly glacial outwash soil. This sludge is not microbiologically sterile and may contain pathogenic organisms. Fecal coliform bacterial counts in sludge applied in summer (July) fell from 1.08 X 10(5) to 358/g in 204 days and to 0/g in 267 days. Dieoff appeared more rapid in winter (January)-applied sludge, when colnts fell from 1.2 X 10(5) to 20/g in 162 days. Initial death rates were related to sludge temperature, moisture, pH, physical composition, and microbial competition. Aftergrowth of fecal coliforms occurred in warm summer and fall months, but counts were of similar magnitude to background levels in forest soils, where a maximum count of 54/g was recorded. Total coliform counts in fresh sludge ranged from 1.4 X 10(4) to 1.9 X 10(6)/g. Numbers stabilized at 10(3) to 10(4)/g in spring, fall, and summer, with lower numbers in winter. Both total and fecal bacteria moved from the sludge to the soil beneath, but few penetrated past the first 5 cm. The soil acts as an effective biological filter. Few fecal coliform bacteria were recorded in the groundwater, generally being less than 5/100 ml and mostly 0/100 ml. A maximum count of 52/100 ml was recorded. Groundwater contamination from vertical movement of potential pathogens appears unlikely, but hazards from surface runoff and direct handling in the first year may arise.  (+info)

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The invention discloses a kind of biological organic fertilizer, including following weight portion raw material:80 100 parts of poultry manure, 30 50 parts of rice bran, 50 80 parts of manioc waste, 10 30 parts of filter mud of sugar refinery, 5 10 parts of plant ash, 5 10 parts of the dregs of a decoction, 15 parts of potassium fulvate, 15 parts of biological bacteria, 5 10 parts of zymophyte, 15 parts of composite assistant;The agricultural wastes such as poultry manure, rice bran, manioc waste, filter mud of sugar refinery are obtained biological organic fertilizer by the present invention by fermenting twice, realize recycling, are turned waste into wealth, and solve the problems, such as organic matter environmental pollution.A kind of preparation method of biological organic fertilizer is additionally provided, respectively through one time fermentation and secondary fermentation after raw material is well mixed, one time fermentation is passed through oxygen, accelerates fermenting
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People are paying more for food, clothing and paper with the belief that these products are better for the environment and their health. The use of organic fertilizer over chemical fertilizer has created much debate and heated arguments. When gardeners talk about fertilizer they use terms like inorganic, manufactured, synthetic, manure, natural, compost, crap and artificial. Since many times it is hard to know the amount of nutrients in organic fertilizers many times they are sold as soil conditioners. Examples of organic fertilizers are plant compost, animal crap or manure, bone meal, and mushroom compost. Since the nutrients are released when the manure or compost is broken down, there isnt much control of getting the nutrients to the plants when they need it. The concerns of chemical fertilizers are they are produced from nonrenewable sources including fossil fuels and it is easy to over fertilize with them. The bottom line is your plants will not know if they get their nutrients from an
ABSTRACT Human food chain toxicity, soil fertility and agricultural output have been shown to be influenced by application of various types of fertilizers. This research studied the influence of multiple fertilizer application on soil quality and plant heavy metal accumulation, proximate and phytochemical compositions. The different fertilizer samples used were NlSPlSKlS (CFI), N20PIOKIO (CF2), N27P13PI3 (CF3), pig manure (AMI) and chicken manure (AM2). Plant species used were Telfairia occidental is and Talinum triangulare. The experiment had four treatments and each treatment had 0.0, 2.0 and 4.0glkg soil. The seeds of the vegetables were planted and allowed to grow for a period of 12 weeks. The first sets of the experimental pots were left for a latent period of 12 weeks after the first harvest for second fertilizer application. The heavy metal composition of the different fertilizers and control soil as well as the plant species were studied using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry (AAS). ...
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The effect of cattle organic fertilizer on plankton primary production and related variables was tested in six Bulgarian fish ponds situated close to the town of Plovdiv in Bulgaria. At the beginning of the experiment (16th of May 2004, about 10 days after filling with water) a suppression of plankton metabolism was observed and after that the ponds treated with manure demonstrated significantly higher productivity than the controls, especially during the transition to the autumn season when the water column was more regularly mixed. The other measured variables (Secchi disk readings, plankton chlorophyll-a and respiration, assimilation number per unit chlorophyll-a) did not show significant differences between the treated and control ponds.
Witaszek, J., 1975: The rate of application of mineral fertilizer to potatoes. IV. The effect of increasing rates of nitrogen fertilizer on the content of different forms of nitrogen and the quantitative composition of the amino acids in the tubers
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The commodity market super-cycle and food price crisis have been associated with rampant food insecurity and the Arab spring. A multitude of factors were identified as culprits for excessive volatility on the commodity markets. However, as it regards fertilizers, a clear attribution of market drivers explaining the emergence of extreme price events is still missing. In this paper, we provide a quantitative assessment of the price spike of the global phosphorus fertilizer market in 2008 focusing on diammonium phosphate (DAP). We find that fertilizer market policies in India, the largest global importer of phosphorus fertilizers and phosphate rock, turned out to be a major contributor to the global price spike. India doubled its import of P-fertilizer in 2008 at a time when prices doubled. The analysis of a wide set of factors pertinent to the 2008 price spike in phosphorus fertilizer market leads us to the discovery of a price spike magnification and triggering mechanisms. We find that the price ...
Soil in Florida is very sandy and low in minerals. Growing anything in such soil can be a real challenge, especially for novice gardeners.. Fortunately, there is an organic nursery in my community that has provided me with excellent advice over the years on how to overcome the difficulties of growing edible plants in sandy soil without resorting to chemical fertilizers.. While Ive tried a number of different organic fertilizers in the past, my favorite continues to be liquid fish and seaweed fertilizer concentrate. A gallon of this stuff will last you forever - unless you leave it outside which guarantees that it will be ripped open and destroyed by marauding raccoons!. Raccoons seem to just love anything that smells fishy!. The fish and seaweed fertilizer I use has a 2-3-1 ratio which indicates the percentage of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium by weight. While these numbers may be important for chemical fertilizers, I dont think they apply very well to organic fish/seaweed fertilizers ...
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The pot culture experiment was conducted in green house, college of agriculture during kharif 2016 to study the effect of humic substances and chemical fertilizers on nutrient uptake, dry matter production of aerobic rice (Oryza sativa L.)
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Entomopathogenic nematodes in the genus Steinernema are promising biological control agents of soil insect pests. Two factors which may influence efficacy of biological control applications are virulence and dispersal of nematodes. This research examined the influence of fertilizers on the virulence of nematodes and the effects of earthworm presence on nematode dispersal;The virulence of Steinernema carpocapsae (Weiser) was determined in soil amended with fertilizer treatments of fresh cow manure, composted manure, and urea. Urea and fresh manure reduced nematode virulence in laboratory experiments. Field experiments, however, only indicated reduced nematode virulence in soil amended with fresh manure. Soil amended with composted manure did not affect nematode virulence;The effects of fertilizers on the ability of S. carpocapsae to control the black cutworm, Agrotis ipsilon (Hufnagel), were determined in a corn ecosystem. Fertilizer treatments included fresh cow manure, composted manure, and urea.
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Volume 13: The Influence of Multicomponent Fertilizers on the Concentration of Nitrogen in Perennial Ryegrass (|i|Lolium perenne|/i| L.)
Growth of the Tasmanian dairy industry has involved an increasing use of synthetic nitrogen (N) fertiliser to achieve high levels of pasture production. Continued use at these unsustainable levels poses a threat to the environment and to maintaining social license. The proposed research will explore the means of reducing N surpluses and the factors influencing motivation for change. Understanding and addressing the human and social capacity required to support sustainable farming communities in relation to future N fertiliser use is essential to bridge the gap between science and regional change.. ...
Rearing insects is expected to dramatically increase during the next few years, and this will be associated with generating high quantities of frass (insect excreta). It is necessary to find solutions allowing the efficient valorization of these by-products before a major upscaling of the industry takes place. Therefore, this study aims at investigating the fertilizer potential of frass. A pot experiment was established and soil was amended either with mealworm (Tenebrio molitor L.) frass (10 Mg ha−1), with mineral fertilizer (NPK) at equivalent nutrient level to frass or with a mixture of 50% NPK and 50% frass. Changes of soil properties and growth and nutrient uptake by barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) were then analyzed. Due to its rapid mineralization and the presence of nutrient in a readily-available form, we found that frass is as efficient as mineral NPK fertilizer to improve biomass and N, P and K uptake by barley. Compared to mineral fertilizer, water soluble P concentration is five times lower
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Manure is fresh crap from an animal who is an herbivore. Compost is manure that has aged and will no longer harm the plants you put it on. Fresh Manure will "burn" your plants but once it has sat for a few years all that is left is the nutrition that plants need to grow. Manure is natural fertilizer, as is compost. There are also chemical and inorganic fertilizers. All manures can, with care, be used as fertilizers. Many fertilizers, though, are industrially-produced chemical compounds that have no resemblance whatsoever to manure.
Declining soil fertility status and poor agronomic practices, including minimum use of inorganic fertilizers and inappropriate plant population are the major reasons for low productivity of soybean. A field experiment was carried out to determine the response of soybean to plant population and NP fertilizer in Kersa woreda of Jimma zone, south western Ethiopia during the 2015/2016 cropping season. Four levels of NP fertilizer (23/23, 23/46, 46/46 and 69/69 kg/ha) and plant population (166667, 200000, 33333 and 400000 plants/ha) were laid out in a factorial experiment in randomized complete block design with three replications. The analysis of variance also showed that the interaction effects of plant population and NP fertilizer were significant on number of pods, pod length, number of nodules, hundred seed weight, biomass yield and grain yield. Whereas plant population had significant influences on days to 50% flowering, days to 50% maturity, number of branch, number of nodules, plant height, leaf area
We all know that fertilizers are used for proper and healthy growth of plants… but are they really healthy? What exactly are fertilizers? Well, a fertilizer is a substance, be it synthetic or organic, which is added to the soil in order to increase the supply of essential nutrients that boost the growth of plants and vegetation in that soil. With the rapid increase in population globally, the demand of food and agricultural yield has been rising tremendously. This is the reason why statistics show that almost 40-60% of agricultural crops are grown with the use of different types of fertilizers. Not only this, more than 50% people feed on crops that are grown as a result of using synthetic fertilizers. On the other hand, there are organic fertilizers that consist of manures and animal wastes. How fertilizers are affecting the nature and environment around us. Harmful Effects of Fertilizers on the Nature and Environment.. Mother Nature has always taught us to balance out everything, and still ...
Information on some agronomic practices are required for muskmelon production as there is no record of its production in Ado-Ekiti. A field study of 3 x 2 factorial experiment of sowing dates (January, May and September) and NPK 15:15:15 fertilizer application (0 and 333 kg ha-1) was laid out in a Randomized Complete Block Design in three replicates at the Teaching and Research Farm of Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. Data collected on the number of leaves and branches, leaf area, vine length, day to flowering, 50% flowering, number of fruit, fruit size and yield were subjected to analysis of variance and treatment means separated by Duncans Multiple Range Test at 5% probability. Dates of sowing did not significantly influence growth but muskmelon planted in May gave a higher number of leaves plant-1, leaf area and vine length. Fertilized plants produced better growth and earlier flowering than unfertilized plants. The number of fruits ha-1, average fruit weight and fruit yield ha-1 ...
Microbe-mediated ammonia oxidation is a key process in soil nitrogen cycle. However, the effect of maize straw mulching on the ammonia oxidizers in the alkaline purple soil remains largely unknown. A three-year positioning experiment was designed as follows: straw mulching measures as the main-plot treatment and three kinds of nitrogen application as the sub-plot treatment. We found the contents of soil organic carbon (SOC), total nitrogen (TN), available potassium (AK), available nitrogen (AN), available phosphorus (AP), and NH4+-N were increased after straw mulching and nitrogen application in alkaline purple soil, so did the amoA genes abundance of ammonia-oxidizing archaeal (AOA) and bacterial (AOB). Terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (T-RFLP) analysis revealed that Thaumarchaeote (448-bp T-RF) was dominated the AOA communities, whereas Nitrosospira sp (111-bp T-RF) dominated the AOB communities. The community compositions of both AOA and AOB were altered by straw mulching and
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Developing a phosphorus fertilizer training program for golf course personnel. AU - Horgan, B. P.. AU - Bierman, P.. AU - Rosen, C.. PY - 2003/10/1. Y1 - 2003/10/1. UR - UR - M3 - Article. AN - SCOPUS:3042547210. VL - 41. JO - Journal of Extension. JF - Journal of Extension. SN - 1077-5315. IS - 5. ER - ...
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) play vital roles in sustaining soil productivity and plant communities. However, adaption and differentiation of AMF in response to commonly used fertilization remain poorly understood. In this study, we showed that the AMF community composition was primarily driven by soil physiochemical changes associated with chronic inorganic and organic fertilization of 37 years in Mollisols. High-throughput sequencing indicated that inorganic fertilizer negatively affected AMF diversity and richness, implying a reduction of mutualism in plant-AMF symbiosis; however, a reverse trend was observed for the application of inorganic fertilizer combined with manure. With regards to AMF community composition, order Glomerales was dominant, but varied significantly among different fertilization treatments. All fertilization treatments decreased family Glomeraceae and genus Funneliformis, while Rhizophagus abundance increased. Plant-growth-promoting-microorganisms of family
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Efficient forage production systems get the most value out of fertilization. This means taking steps to minimize nutrient losses. As fertilizer costs increase, it becomes even more important to make good decisions regarding fertilizer applications. Traditional fertilizer applications such as 13-13-14, 17-17-17, or DAP are not always recommended to optimize forage production.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Nitrogen fertiliser rate affects the frequency of nitrate-dissimilating Pseudomonas spp. in the rhizosphere of Lolium perenne grown under elevated pCO(2) (Swiss FACE). AU - Fromin, N AU - Tarnawski, S AU - Roussel-Delif, L AU - Hamelin, J AU - Baggs, E M AU - Aragno, M PY - 2005/10. Y1 - 2005/10. N2 - The effect of elevated pCO(2) (60 Pa) on the frequency of nitrate-dissimilating Pseudomonas (NDP) was investigated in the rhizosphere of fertilised Lolium perenne swards in the Swiss Free Air Carbon dioxide Enrichment (FACE) experiment. Numbers of cultivable rootassociated Pseudomonas were greater under elevated (60 Pa) than under ambient (36 Pa) pCO(2) in both high and low N-fertilised swards. For both pCO(2) conditions, the NDP frequency decreased with closer root proximity to L. perenne roots in low fertilised swards. Anyway, in high N swards the NDP frequency was similar in root and soil fractions. Thus, N availability may be a major factor influencing NDP populations under ...
In order to study effects of humic acid foliar spraying and nitrogen fertilizer management on yield and yield components of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.). An experiment in factorial format based on randomized complete block design with three replications, d...
Eighteen pan lysimeters were installed at a depth of 1.2 m in a Hagerstown silt loam soil in a corn field in central Pennsylvania in 1988. In 1995, wick lysimeters were also installed at 1.2 m depth in the same access pits. Treatments have included N fertilizer rates, use of manure, crop rotation (continuous corn, corn-soybean, alfalfa-corn), and tillage (chisel plow-disk, no-till). The leachate data were used to evaluate a number of nitrate leaching models. Some of the highlights of the 11 years of results include the following: 1) growing corn without organic N inputs at the economic optimum N rate (EON) resulted in NO|sub|3|/sub||sup|–|/sup|-N concentrations of 15 to 20 mg l|sup|-1|/sup| in leachate; 2) use of manure or previous alfalfa crop as partial source of N also resulted in 15 to 20 mg l|sup|-1|/sup| of NO|sub|3|/sub||sup|–|/sup|-N in leachate below corn at EON; 3) NO|sub|3|/sub||sup|–|/sup|-N concentration in leachate below alfalfa was approximately 4 mg l|sup|-1|/sup|; 4
Phosphate fertilizer placement at sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) establishment can strongly influence the distribution of soil P pools over crop cycles, and has a great influence in the availability of this nutrient to plant uptake. Our main objective was to evaluate sugarcane yield as well as changes in the distribution of soil P pools, under phosphate fertilizer sources and their management, over two years of sugarcane cultivation. The experiment was established in August 2013 with two phosphate sources (TSP (triple superphosphate) and RP (Bayovar rock phosphate)) and three application methods: as broadcast, at planting furrow and combining half broadcast/half plant furrow, all at the rate of 180 kg ha−1 soluble P2O5 being applied at crop establishment. Sugarcane yield and P uptake was evaluated, and soil was sampled after harvest in August 2015 to analyze P fractions. Substantial amounts of P derived from fertilizers were accumulated as inorganic and/or organic moderately labile P. Broadcast
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Dear S.,. Good question. Many of us are still trying to help our lawns, gardens and landscaping recover from last winters freeze. We contacted the experts at the Pet Poison Helpline and heres what they said!. Blood meal - While its a great organic fertilizer, if ingested, it can cause vomiting and diarrhea for dogs. More importantly, it can result in severe pancreatitis - inflammation of the pancreas.. Bone Meal - Also, an organic fertilizer, this can become a problem when consumed in large amounts as bone meal forms a large cement-like bowling ball in the stomach of a dog - which can cause an obstruction in the gastrointestinal tract - resulting in possible surgery to remove it.. Rose and plant fertilizers - Some of these fertilizers contain disulfoton and as little as one teaspoon of one percent disulfoton can kill a 55 lb. dog, so be careful. Worse, these fertilizers are often mixed with organic bone or blood meal, making the soil very palatable to dogs, increasing the amount of poison ...
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The U.S. Nitric Acid Market is estimated to be valued at USD 7.60 billion by 2025, propelled by its prevalent use in chemical and fertilizer industries. The need for high crop yield to meet the growing demand for food in tandem with the increasing population has elicited the use of synthetic fertilizers over the past few years and the trend is likely to continue. Thus, market is anticipated to grow at revenue CAGR of 8% over the projected period.. Fertilizers dominated the U.S. nitric acid market contributing to USD 3.3 billion in 2016. The rising need for organic fertilizers is expected to adversely impact the demand for chemical fertilizers which in turn is expected to hamper the growth of the market. Moreover, presence of stringent regulations regarding the use of nitrate fertilizers is expected to further impact the penetration of nitric acid in these products over the projected period.. Keeping these trends in mind, companies are focusing on R&D to expand the utilization of nitric acid in ...
Armor Si (potassium silicate) is suitable for all types of plants during all stages of growth. It can be used for plants growing in hydroponics, coco coir and all types of media. Use as a growth enhancer with irrigation water or in addition to your regular fertilizers. Armor Si improves plant structure and foliar development, increases yield and improves flower and fruit production. Your plants will additionally experience improved heat and cold tolerance, stress resistance, improved light absor
Two Australian (Buloke and Commander) and two Canadian (CDC Meredith and Bentley) barley varieties were grown under four levels of nitrogen fertilization (0, 20, 40 and 80 kg ha−1). Barley samples were assessed by barley brewing with the Ondea Pro enzyme cocktail for mashing analysis and were compared with typical malt brewing quality specifications. The study observed that increased nitrogen fertilization resulted in increased barley kernel nitrogen content which significantly impacted a range of wort quality parameters including increased soluble nitrogen, free amino nitrogen and barley beta‐amylase level, but also reduced extract, barley Kolbach index, β‐glucan and colour. Increased grain nitrogen had relatively little effect on apparent attenuation limit, lautering and barley limit dextrinase level. Knowledge of the effects of interactions between barley of different qualities (e.g. nitrogen content) and the Ondea Pro enzymes on wort quality will result in enhanced barley to directly ...
High potassium content in grape juice and wine are associated with low quality red wine in warm wine producing countries. In an attempt to reduce the potassium content of juice, must and wine, a field experiment was laid out on the farms Meerlus and Kersfontein in the Paardeberg area near Wellington in 1998 on granite derived soils to investigate the effect of canopy management and fertiliser applications on berry K accumulation and wine quality. Four fertiliser applications, three canopy treatments and a MgSO4 foliar spray were studied. The three fertiliser treatments being: none (control), CaSO4, Ca(OH)2, and MgSO4 applications. The canopy treatments were: thin to two shoots per bearer, tip, vertical shoot positioning (VSP) and the removal of yellow leaves and lateral shoots (canopy 1), thin to three shoots per bearer, top after véraison and VSP (canopy 2) and VSP with top after véraison (canopy 3/control). Magnesium sulfate sprays were applied at véraison for two seasons (1999/00 and ...
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In 2010, this value was 0.84 lb fertilizer N per bushel of corn. This compares to an average value of 1.5 to 1.6 lb fertilizer N per bushel of corn in the 1970s - about twice the N fertilizer currently used per bushel. This data does not indicate that a bushel of corn requires only 0.84 lb N. There are other sources of N besides fertilizer available to the crop - mineralized soil organic matter, residual nitrate from previous fertilization, legume and manure credits, for example - which contribute to the total N need for a corn crop of 1.1 - 1.2 lb N/bu. This data does indicate that Nebraska farmers are using nitrogen fertilizer much more efficiently now than they were 30-40 years ago. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Maize Stover and Cob Cell Wall Composition and Ethanol Potential as Affected by Nitrogen Fertilization. AU - Sindelar, Aaron J.. AU - Sheaffer, Craig C.. AU - Lamb, John A.. AU - Jung, Hans Joachim G. AU - Rosen, Carl J.. PY - 2015/9/8. Y1 - 2015/9/8. N2 - Maize (Zea mays L.) stover and cobs are potential feedstock sources for cellulosic ethanol production. Nitrogen (N) fertilization is an important management decision that influences cellulosic biomass and grain production, but its effect on cell wall composition and subsequent cellulosic ethanol production is not known. The objectives of this study were to quantify the responses of maize stover (leaves, stalks, husks, and tassel) and cob cell wall composition and theoretical ethanol yield potential to N fertilization across a range of sites. Field experiments were conducted at rainfed and irrigated sites in Minnesota, USA, over a 2-year period. Stover cell wall polysaccharides, pentose sugar concentration, and theoretical ...
Field experiments were conducted to examine the effect of rate, timing and history of urea-ammonium nitrate application on soil greenhouse gas (N2O, CO2 and CH4) emissions, and NUE (agronomic efficiency, AE, and recovery efficiency, RE) in corn at Elora, ON, Canada. Gas emissions were quantified at three rates (30, 145 and 218 kg N ha-1), two timings (N injected in mid-row at planting and at around the V8 growth stage), and two histories (short-term: applying the N rate treatments on plots that had received 145 kg N ha-1 in the previous year, and long-term: applying the same N rate to a given plot over the duration of the trial) of N application for two years (2011 and 2012). NUE was examined over four years (2009 to 2012) using the same treatments as for gas emissions as well as two additional N rates (58 and 87 kg N ha-1). In 2011 and 2012, cumulative N2O emissions during the growing season and corn yields increased significantly with increasing N application rates. Cumulative N2O emissions in ...
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Earthworms play an important role in the turnover of organic matter in soil and maintaining a good soil structure (Lavelle, 1988). Physical properties in soils improved by earthworms include improved aggregation, stability, and porosity. The soil biological and chemical properties of soils that may be modified include nutrient cycling (mainly nitrogen and phosphorus), organic matter decomposition rates, and chemical forms of nutrients in soil and their availability to plants. They also change the soil pH, organic matter dynamics in terms of quality and quantity, microbial and invertebrate activity, and diversity of the microflora and fauna (Lavelle et al., 1998). Therefore, they are essential for plant growth especially in an extensive agricultural system, such as organic farming, which is based on nutrient release from turnover of organic matter. Earthworms can also be used as a source of protein for animal feed which had been reported to increase the growth of fish, chicken and piglets ...
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Organic fertilizers[edit]. Blood meal, bone meal, and other animal by-products are permitted in certified organic production as ... Blood meal is a dry, inert powder made from blood, used as a high-nitrogen organic fertilizer and a high protein animal feed. N ... This article is about the soil fertilizer. For animals that feed on blood, see hematophagy. ...
Use in fertilizers[edit]. Superphosphate fertilizers are produced by treatment of "phosphate rock" with acids. Using phosphoric ... "Phosphate Fertilizers" in Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, 2002, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim. doi:10.1002/14356007.a19_ ... They are used mainly as superphosphate fertilizers and are also popular leavening agents.[1] ... Soil Fertility and Fertilizers. 7th edn. Pearson Prentice Hall, N.J., .mw-parser-output cite.citation{font-style:inherit}.mw- ...
Use in fertilizers[edit]. Superphosphate fertilizers are produced by treatment of "phosphate rock" with acids. Using phosphoric ... Soil Fertility and Fertilizers. 7th edn. Pearson Prentice Hall, N.J., ISBN 0130278246 ... "Phosphate Fertilizers" in Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, 2002, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim. doi:10.1002/14356007.a19_ ... They are used mainly as superphosphate fertilizers and are also popular leavening agents.[1] ...
Fertilizer. The feces of animals, e.g. guano and manure often are used as fertilizer.[12] ... Feces can be used as fertilizer or soil conditioner in agriculture. It can also be burned as fuel or dried and used for ... Feces when used as fertilizer (usually mixed with animal bedding and urine) - manure ... Dittmar, Heinrich; Drach, Manfred; Vosskamp, Ralf; Trenkel, Martin E.; Gutser, Reinhold; Steffens, Günter (2009). "Fertilizers ...
Fertilizer[edit]. Potassium nitrate is used in fertilizers as a source of nitrogen and potassium - two of the macronutrients ... Gustafson, A. F. (1949). Handbook of Fertilizers - Their Sources, Make-Up, Effects, And Use. p. 25. ISBN 9781473384521. . ... Hall, William L; Robarge, Wayne P; Meeting, American Chemical Society (2004). Environmental Impact of Fertilizer on Soil and ... Major uses of potassium nitrate are in fertilizers, tree stump removal, rocket propellants and fireworks. It is one of the ...
Fertilizer[edit]. The majority of the potassium chloride produced is used for making fertilizer, called potash, since the ... "Potassium Fertilizers (Penn State Agronomy Guide)". Penn State Agronomy Guide (Penn State Extension). Archived from the ... Potassium chloride can be obtained from ancient dried lake deposits.[7] KCl is used as a fertilizer,[8] in medicine, in ... the vast majority of potash fertilizer worldwide is sold as MOP. ...
Fertilizer[edit]. The majority of the potassium chloride produced is used for making fertilizer, called potash, since the ... "Potassium Fertilizers (Penn State Agronomy Guide)". Penn State Agronomy Guide (Penn State Extension). Retrieved 2016-12-10.. ... KCl is used as a fertilizer,[6] in medicine, in scientific applications, and in food processing. ... the vast majority of potash fertilizer worldwide is sold as MOP. ...
Fertilizer requirements[edit]. Oats remove substantial amounts of nitrogen from the soil. They also remove phosphorus in the ... Winter oats may be grown as an off-season groundcover and ploughed under in the spring as a green fertilizer, or harvested in ...
Use as fertilizer[edit]. Poultry litter's traditional use is as fertilizer. As with other manures, the fertilizing value of ... Bagley, C.P.; Evans, R.R. (Apr 1995), Broiler litter as a feed or fertilizer in livestock operations, Mississippi State ... Traditionally used as fertilizer, it is now also used as a livestock feed as a cost-saving measure compared with other ... However, ammonia loss from the litter reduces its fertilizer value, and venting ammonia into the environment can cause health ...
As fertilizer or compost[edit]. Okara is sometimes spread on fields as a natural nitrogen fertilizer. It adds tilth to the soil ... Most of the rest is used as a natural fertilizer or compost, which is fairly rich in nitrogen. A small amount is used in ...
Koch Fertilizer, LLC, is one of the world's largest makers of nitrogen fertilizers. Koch Fertilizer owns or has interests in ... In 2011, the firm acquired the British fertilizer firm J&H Bunn Limited. Koch Fertilizer has change its name to Koch Ag and ... Koch Fertilizer was formed in 1988 when the Koch companies purchased the Gulf Central Pipeline and ammonia terminals connected ... "Fertilizers". Archived from the original on December 5, 2010. Retrieved December 16, 2010. "Koch Industries says no word on ...
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OCP also has a number of sites producing fertilizer. Fertilizer sales, including fortified fertilizers now account for slightly ... These fertilizers are well-suited to new micro-irrigation and sprinkler systems. The group's total fertilizer production is 8.8 ... Soluble Fertilizers are used for high value crops specifically for irrigated systems. They ensure efficient use of fertilizers ... In addition to fertilizer and phosphoric acid production units, the site has a phosphate washing unit and a sulfuric acid plant ...
In addition to fertilizers, the chemicals industry produces calcium carbide, ethylene, and plastics. Since 1963, great emphasis ... Heavy industries include iron and steel, coal, machine building, armaments, petroleum, cement, chemical fertilizers, and autos ... Since 1962, industry has been providing agriculture with farm machines, chemical fertilizers, insecticides, means of ... fertilizer and petro-chemical equipment, urban light rail transport equipment, and new papermaking and textile machinery. ...
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The growth of this industry has placed China among the world's leading producers of nitrogenous fertilizers. In the consumer ... China hopes to further increase agricultural production through improved plant stocks, fertilizers, and technology. According ... fertilizers; food processing; automobiles and other transportation equipment including rail cars and locomotives, ships, and ... The predominant focus of development in the chemical industry is to expand the output of chemical fertilizers, plastics, and ...
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It adds two equivalents of urea to give the pyrimidine derivative that is employed as a controlled-release fertilizer. ... "Fertilizers, 2. Types". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH. doi:10.1002/14356007.n10_n01. ...
It functions as a controlled-release fertiliser owing to its low solubility, which limits the rate of its hydrolysis to urea, ... "Fertilizers, 2. Types". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH. doi:10.1002/14356007.n10_n01.. ... which is a fast-acting fertiliser. It is produced by the condensation reaction of isobutyraldehyde and two equivalents of urea ...
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Together with methylene diurea, DMTU is a component of some controlled-release fertilizers. Steinhof, Oliver; Kibrik, Éléonore ... "Fertilizers, 2. Types". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH. doi:10.1002/14356007.n10_n01.. ...
CDU is a component of some controlled-release fertilizers. Dittmar, Heinrich; Drach, Manfred; Vosskamp, Ralf; Trenkel, Martin E ... Gutser, Reinhold; Steffens, Günter (2009). "Fertilizers, 2. Types". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Weinheim: ...
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Gardening portal Fish hydrolysate Organic fertilizers Pennington Seeds, Inc. "ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FISH FERTILIZER" ... Fish emulsion is a fertilizer emulsion that is produced from the fluid remains of fish processed for fish oil and fish meal ... Fish emulsion, applied as a liquid fertilizer, is also used when growing roses to enhance the bloom color of the flowers. ... "Organic Fertilizers." Archived 2011-07-21 at the Wayback Machine GardenNotes #234. San Joaquin UC Master Gardeners. "Feeding ...
It originally produced half of the United Kingdom's output of potash, an agricultural fertiliser. The mined ore consists of 35- ... The mineral has a commercial potential as an inorganic fertiliser. In April 2014, Cleveland Potash was awarded a £4.9 million ... BGS 2011, p. 2. ICL Fertilizers. "Boulby Potash Mine, United Kingdom" (PDF). Retrieved 27 April 2013. "A ... Polyhalite (K2MgCa2(SO4)4·2H2O) is a natural multi-nutrient fertiliser providing a source of potassium, calcium, magnesium, and ...
National fertilizers limited. Retrieved 7 March 2019. "National Fertilizers Ltd". Bombay Stock Exchange. Retrieved 23 August ... organic fertilizers and industrial chemicals. As of 2018, it was the second largest producer of fertilizers in India. NFL, ... National Fertilizers Limited (NFL) - Miniratna (Cat-1) company (BSE: 523630) (NSE: NFL) is an Indian state-owned corporation ... 448 MT of bio-fertilizers (solid and liquid) was produced during the year. During 2012-13, company sold 31.62 LMT of urea ( ...
CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Madras Fertilizers Limited (MFL) , Government of India, Department of Fertilizers, ... Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers. Madras Fertilizers Limited (MFL) was incorporated in December 1966 as a joint venture ... Madras Fertilizers Limited is a Public Sector Undertaking company in India under administrative control of the Department of ... India portal "Madras Fertilizers Limited - Home Page". Archived from the original on 8 November 2004. ...
NPK fertilizers[edit]. Main article: Labeling of fertilizer. NPK fertilizers are three-component fertilizers providing nitrogen ... "About Fertilizers Home Page". International Fertilizer Association. Retrieved 19 December 2017.. ... More than 90% of a typical superphosphate fertilizer is water-soluble. Multinutrient fertilizers[edit]. These fertilizers are ... "Organic fertilizers" can describe those fertilizers with an organic - biologic - origin-that is, fertilizers derived from ...
Toxicity of Fertilizers. Even organic fertilizers can be toxic if consumed in large amounts. Chemical fertilizers carry warning ... Expense of Fertilizer. No matter what kind of fertilizer you use, few people can manufacture it on their own. Even making ... Monitoring Fertilizer Levels in Soil. Because excess fertilizer can kill plants and damage the soil where plants grow, ... Fertilizer application rates can vary with the type of fertilizer that is needed to produce the desired results. For example, ...
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  • The nutrients required for healthy plant life are classified according to the elements, but the elements are not used as fertilizers. (
  • Multinutrient fertilizers" (or "complex fertilizers") provide two or more nutrients, for example N and P. Fertilizers are also sometimes classified as inorganic (the topic of most of this article) versus organic. (
  • Soils with lots of organic material, remain loose and airy, are better able to hold moisture and nutrients and have good drainage, especially in Phoenix where most of the soil is clay .Organic fertilizer foster growth of the soil organisms, including beneficial bacteria ,fungi ,earthworms, and promote healthier root development. (
  • Other ARS studies have found that algae used to capture nitrogen and phosphorus runoff from agricultural fields can not only prevent water contamination of these nutrients, but also can be used as an organic fertilizer. (
  • In mid-2015, Shell Thiogro launched a new technology that incorporates micronised elemental sulphur into urea fertiliser, enabling fertiliser manufacturers to produce a differentiated sulphur-enhanced urea fertiliser that provides more of the nutrients crops need. (
  • Modern synthetic fertilizers are composed mainly of nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium compounds with secondary nutrients added. (
  • The primary components in fertilizers are nutrients which are vital for plant growth. (
  • Many different substances are used to provide the essential nutrients needed for an effective fertilizer. (
  • Combination fertilizers contain the major growth nutrients (NPK) plus some minors and are combined with either an insecticide for pest control or an herbicide for weed control. (
  • Mixed fertilizers contain more than one of the three major nutrients-nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. (
  • Fertilizers are natural and manufactured chemicals containing nutrients known to improve the fertility of soils. (
  • Because efforts to improve crop yields have intensified, increased quantities of mineral fertilizers are applied to replace nutrients depleted from the soil. (
  • All plants remove nutrients from the ground, and some plants do replace some nutrients back into the soil It is important to apply a light fertilizer application through the growing season. (
  • Meanwhile fertilizers also contain both micro and macro nutrients which are also vital to the development of your crops. (
  • Fertilizers are combinations of the nutrients essential for plant growing, being crucial to the agriculture industry. (
  • Most fertilizers that are commonly used in agriculture contain the three basic plant nutrients: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. (
  • Usually applied in the fall, organic fertilizers slowly release nutrients when the root system is stocking up for winter. (
  • Fertilizers contain nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, which are essential plant nutrients. (
  • Organic fertilizers may also provide a spectrum of lesser nutrients, even enzymes and hormones that can benefit growth. (
  • According to the Environmental Protection Agency, most fertilizers contain about the same basic materials: nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus and sometimes other nutrients, like zinc, needed for healthy plant growth. (
  • Fertiliser is one way of providing the plants with the required nutrients. (
  • The two chemical elements are essential nutrients for living organisms and key ingredients in fertilizers. (
  • But in excess, nutrients from fertilizer and other lawn chemicals can cause too much algae to grow in waterways like the lagoon, blocking the sunlight seagrass needs to photosynthesize. (
  • Opponents - most who have connections to companies that make fertilizer or treat lawns with fertilizer - say depriving grass of nutrients when it's most able to absorb them, during peak growing season, can result in more nitrogen and phosphorus running off the weaker grass when applied at other times of the year. (
  • Fertilizer , any material, natural or manufactured , which may be added to the soil to supply plant nutrients . (
  • Fertilizer application currently accounts for 43% of the nutrients that global crop production extracts each year, and the contribution may be as high as 84% in the years to come. (
  • FERTILIZER [fertilizer] organic or inorganic material containing one or more of the nutrients-mainly nitrogen , phosphorus , and potassium , and other essential elements required for plant growth. (
  • Added to the soil or other medium, fertilizers provide plant nutrients that are naturally lacking or that have been removed by harvesting or grazing, or by physical processes such as leaching or erosion. (
  • In fact, increased awareness among farmers should bode well for NPK (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium) fertilizers, which provide balanced nutrients. (
  • VIRGINIA BEACH, VA - Controlled-release fertilizers (CRFs) are a widely used method of delivering nutrients to nursery container crops. (
  • The fertilizers contain encapsulated solid mineral nutrients that dissolve slowly in water, and are then released into substrates over an extended period of time. (
  • Fertilizers (plant nutrients) and supplements (products other than fertilizers that improve the physical condition of the soil or aid plant growth and crop yield) when imported and sold in Canada are regulated by the Canadian Food inspection Agency under the Fertilizers Act and Fertilizers Regulations . (
  • Fertilizers (substances containing plant nutrients) and supplements (substances other than fertilizers, intended to improve the physical condition of soils, or aid plant growth or crop yields) imported into or sold in Canada are regulated by the CFIA under the authority of the federal Fertilizers Act and Regulations . (
  • It is frequently argued that trees should be given a balance ration of nitrogen ,phosphorus and potassium,just as men and animals require a balance diet.The fallacy lies in disregarding the fact that the tree gets its food from the soil,and that the aim of fertilizer is only to make good of any deficiencies. (
  • Phosphorus fertilizers include calcium phosphate derived from phosphate rock or bones. (
  • 1. Know the capital investment required Examine the operating costs & raw materials consumption NPK fertilizers are compounding fertilizers with three components: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. (
  • Sources and Solutions: Agriculture - Animal manure, excess fertilizer applied to crops and fields, and soil erosion make agriculture one of the largest sources of nitrogen and phosphorus pollution in the country. (
  • Commercial Fertilizer Purchased - Fertilizer is a primary source of nitrogen and phosphorus. (
  • Since 2014, Cyprus Export of Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium Fertilizers jumped by 4.2% year on year. (
  • In 2019, the country was number 87 comparing other countries in Export of Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium Fertilizers at $63,398.58. (
  • Since 2014, Latvia Import of Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium Fertilizers increased 3.6% year on year. (
  • With $76,015,832.89 in 2019, the country was ranked number 28 comparing other countries in Import of Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium Fertilizers. (
  • Beneficial use of sewage - human waste - could be a great system for recycling nitrogen and phosphorus back into the soil by using it as fertilizer. (
  • Florida forces municipalities to adopt ordinances at least as strict as a set of state-suggested fertilizer rules if they are located near waters the state determines to be taking in too much nitrogen and phosphorus. (
  • In March, as hundreds of manatees and pelicans happened to be dying in the lagoon, Rockledge - Brevard's oldest city - became the county's first city to ban use of fertilizer containing nitrogen or phosphorus from June 1 to Sept. 30. (
  • Phosphate fertilizers are made from phosphate rock (about 25% phosphorus ), treated with sulphuric acid to produce phosphoric acid which, in turn, is used to manufacture fertilizers such as ammonium phosphate . (
  • For example, 5-8-7 designates a fertilizer (usually in powder or granular form) containing 5 percent nitrogen , 8 percent phosphorus (calculated as phosphorus pentoxide), and 7 percent potassium (calculated as potassium oxide). (
  • Over-application of chemical fertilizers , or application of chemical fertilizers at a time when the ground is waterlogged or the crop is not able to use the chemicals, can lead to surface runoff (particularly phosphorus ) or leaching into groundwater (particularly nitrates). (
  • Coming under the administrative control of Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, it is the second largest producer of the key fertiliser urea in India. (
  • of India, in 1984, entrusted the company to execute the country's first inland gas based fertiliser project of 726,000 tonnes urea capacity in District Guna of Madhya Pradesh, and commercial production started from 1 July 1988. (
  • citation needed] NFL is engaged in manufacturing and marketing of urea, Neem-coated urea, bio-fertilizers (solid and liquid) and other allied industrial products like ammonia, nitric acid, ammonium nitrate, sodium nitrite, sodium nitrate etc. (
  • An agreement for a joint venture company "Ramagundam Fertilizers And Chemicals Limited" has been signed on 14 January 2015 between National Fertilizers Limited, Engineers India Limited(EIL) and FCIL for setting up new ammonia and urea plants of 2200 MT per day and 3850 MT per day capacity respectively at the existing site of Ramagundam Fertilizer Plant in District. (
  • The company is engaged in the manufacture of ammonia, urea and complex fertilizers at Manali, Chennai. (
  • National Fertilizers Limited has five urea plants and its main function apart from producing urea includes manufacturing and marketing of Industrial products, trading of complex fertilizers and other agro-products. (
  • The Expenditure Reforms Commission (ERC) constituted by me Government of India to suggest reforms in fertilizers Pricing Policy has suggested complete decontrol of Urea price as well as the movement and distribution by 2005-06. (
  • Due to evolving market conditions, two Fertilizer swaps - Urea (Granular) FOB US Gulf and DAP FOB NOLA - will soon be removed from the product offering. (
  • This Crop Insights discusses anhydrous ammonia, urea, and urea-ammonium nitrate solutions, and N stabilizers that may help prevent N losses when using these fertilizers. (
  • The most common forms of N fertilizer include anhydrous ammonia, urea, and urea-ammonium nitrate (UAN) solutions. (
  • With the government linking the sale of fertilizers to Aadhaar, thereby tightening the sale process, urea sales may continue to trend lower in the coming crop season, says analyst. (
  • With the government linking the sale of fertilizers to Aadhaar, thereby tightening the sale process, urea sales may continue to trend lower in the coming crop season, says Aditya Jhawar, analyst at Investec Capital Services (India) Pvt. (
  • It curtailed the diversion of urea to non-farm uses and prompted efficient use of the crop nutrient, says S.K. Mishra, chief executive officer at GSFC Agrotech Ltd, a subsidiary of Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemical Ltd. According to Mishra, the same plot of land now roughly requires 10% less urea thanks to neem coating and its benefits. (
  • But he also attributes the downtrend in urea sales to organic farming and its growing prevalence in high fertilizer usage states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. (
  • With other states such as Odisha also encouraging organic farming and growing realization among farmers about its benefits, it will not be a surprise if DAP (diammonium phosphate), another widely used fertilizer, also tracks the urea sales trends, says Ramanjaneyulu. (
  • This coincided with beginning of Green Revolution in the world, synthetic fertilizers replaced cumbersome green manure and bulky farm yard manure. (
  • Organic fertilizers are fertilizers derived from animal matter , animal excreta ( manure ), human excreta , and vegetable matter (e.g. compost and crop residues ). (
  • [1] Naturally occurring organic fertilizers include animal wastes from meat processing, peat , manure , slurry , and guano . (
  • Chicken litter , which consists of chicken manure mixed with sawdust, is an organic fertilizer that has been proposed to be superior for conditioning soil for harvest than synthetic fertilizers. (
  • The use of phosphate from manure and fertilizers was reduced by approximately 45 percent over the past two decades. (
  • The use of manure and composts as fertilizers is probably almost as old as agriculture . (
  • Organic fertilizers include biofertilizers, green manure, organic manure and compost. (
  • In addition to improving soil physico-chemical properties, the supplementary and complementary use of organic manure also improves the efficiency of mineral fertilizer use. (
  • Agricultural producers can return manure and crop residues to the soil as fertilizers or soil conditioners on their own property unless prohibited by other State or local laws. (
  • The term "organic" refers to any product containing carbon in its chemical structure, including both manufactured synthetic products such as ureaformaldehyde fertilizer and natural composted manure fertilizer. (
  • Whether you fertilize your soil with manure or with the fertilizer manufactured in the plant that just blew up, you're adding nitrogen to your soil. (
  • Apart from chemical fertilizers, organic manure and biological cultures are included in the treatment structure. (
  • I agree about composting animal manure and _know_ that there is no comparison between organic vs chemical fertilizer but I am no scientist and needed some support. (
  • Spreading manure, an organic fertilizer. (
  • In the past, both organic and inorganic fertilizers were called "manures," but this term is now mostly restricted to man-made manure. (
  • While manure, cinder and ironmaking slag has been used to improve crops for centuries, the fertilizers were arguably one of the great innovations of the Agricultural Revolution of the nineteenth century. (
  • A quarter-million residents of California's Tulare Lake Basin and Salinas Valley may be drinking water contaminated with nitrate from fertilizer and animal manure, according to a study released Tuesday by a researchers at the University of California, Davis. (
  • Most fruit trees need balance fertilizer 2-3 times a year I prefer organic fertilizer.If you want to use synthetic fertilizer, use slow release fertilizer containing N_K_P (nitrogen -potassium- phosphate)in 10-10-10 or 20-20-20 ratio with trace elements. (
  • Potassium fertilizers, namely potassium chloride and potassium sulfate, are mined from potash deposits. (
  • Deerfield Beach, FL -- ( SBWIRE ) -- 03/14/2017 -- Zion Market Research has published a new report titled "Water Soluble Fertilizers (Nitrogen, Potassium, Phosphate and Others) Market for Fertigation and Foliar Applications: Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast, 2014 - 2020. (
  • Nitrogen, phosphate and potassium are key product segments of the water soluble fertilizers market. (
  • Phosphate and potassium are also accounted for significant market share of the global water soluble fertilizers market.Potassium is one of the fastest growing segment and is expected to witness fastest CAGR during the forecast period. (
  • Achieving food security is recognized as a major global challenge, with bodies such as the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the International Fertilizer Association (IFA) promoting agricultural best practices to help growers boost productivity. (
  • The release of artificial fertilizers in the late 19th century increased crop yields and launched the agricultural revolution. (
  • The USDA Agricultural Research Service has patented a new technology that can remove ammonia from livestock wastewater and recycle it as a fertilizer. (
  • OTTAWA, June 24, 2019 /CNW/ - Fertilizer Canada is pleased to congratulate Dr. Cynthia A. Grant on her successful nomination and acceptance as an inductee of the 2019 Canadian Agricultural Hall of. (
  • Before the closings, Heringer was operating 16 plants that produce fertilizer from imported materials and one sulfuric acid plant, besides regional offices in the most important agricultural areas in Brazil such as center-west and Matopiba. (
  • Chemical fertilizers are widely used in large agricultural businesses that raise food crops such as corn, soybeans and wheat for the public. (
  • Water soluble fertilizers are formulation of mineral fertilizer, which primarily used in agricultural sector. (
  • The next agricultural revolution may be sparked by fungi, helping to greatly increase food-production for the growing needs of the planet without the need for massive amounts of fertilizers according to research presented today at the 111th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology in New Orleans. (
  • not only can their activities increase farmers' demand for fertilizer, but also the organizational framework of the service, Agricultural Development Programs, is the major source of fertilizer for farmers. (
  • Fertiliser subsidies and smallholder commercial fertiliser purchases: crowding out, leakage, and policy implications for Zambia ," Journal of Agricultural Economics , Wiley Blackwell, vol. 65(2), pages 527-528, June. (
  • Fertiliser Subsidies and Smallholder Commercial Fertiliser Purchases: Crowding Out, Leakage and Policy Implications for Zambia ," Journal of Agricultural Economics , Wiley Blackwell, vol. 64(3), pages 558-582, September. (
  • Fertilizer Subsidies and Smallholder Commercial Fertilizer Purchases: Crowding Out, Leakage, and Policy Implications for Zambia ," Food Security Collaborative Working Papers 146928, Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics. (
  • Fertilizer Subsidies and Smallholder Commercial Fertilizer Purchases: Crowding out, Leakage, and Policy Implications for Zambia ," Food Security Collaborative Policy Briefs 146933, Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics. (
  • Nitrogenous fertiliser comsumption per agricultural land area unit. (
  • Pesticides (i.e. herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, and rodenticides) and chemical fertilizers (fertilizers) play a critical role in maintaining and increasing agricultural productivity. (
  • Growing awareness of fertilizer in emerging regions, increasing demand for biofuels crops, rising crop prices which may lead to the usage of fertilizers to increase output and upcoming organic agricultural market are some of the factors driving the fertilizers market. (
  • The countries such as India, China and other emerging countries are involved in many agricultural activities due to high demand of fertilizers. (
  • The mandate of the CFIA 's Fertilizer Program covers a wide range of products sold for agricultural, commercial, and home and garden purposes. (
  • Fertilizers enhance the natural fertility of the soil or replace the chemical elements taken from the soil by previous crops. (
  • B, Chart showing typical fertilizer application rates for major crops. (
  • The excess application of nitrogen fertilizer in agriculture and the limitation of nitrogen uptake by crops raise the alarm about the urgency to breed crops with higher nitrogen use efficiency (NUE). (
  • It is unclear whether food crops fertilized with chemical fertilizers containing lead absorb enough of this metal to cause human health problems. (
  • Sanders and his colleagues are currently testing the effectiveness of this gel on crops in the country of Colombia where they have discovered that with the gel they can produce the same yield of potato crop with less than half the amount of phosphate fertilizers. (
  • While fertilizers are essential to modern agriculture , their overuse can have harmful effects on plants and crops and on soil quality. (
  • Jim Prevor, editor of Produce Business magazine, said some produce prices are already beginning to creep up due to fertilizer and other costs, but major increases won't be seen until farmers curtail crops that become too expensive to grow. (
  • More than 90% of a typical superphosphate fertilizer is water-soluble. (
  • According to the report, the global water soluble fertilizers market was valued at USD approximately USD 2.60 billion in 2014 and is expected to reach approximately USD 3.80 billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of over 5% between 2015 and 2020. (
  • In terms of volume, global water soluble fertilizers market stood at approximately 10.0 million tons in 2014. (
  • Water soluble fertilizer is one of the important fertilizers as compared to other chemical fertilizer owing to its higher solubility in water. (
  • Water soluble fertilizers can be delivered through foliar or fertigation method. (
  • Using these methods, water soluble fertilizers can be applied through irrigation water and delivered directly at the root zone from where they are readily absorbed and used elsewhere in the plant system. (
  • Nitrogen is one of the most widely used water soluble fertilizers across the world. (
  • Nitrogen dominated the global water soluble fertilizers market in terms of both volume and revenue. (
  • Foliar and fertigation are the two important application method used to deliver water soluble fertilizers. (
  • Water soluble fertilizers helps avoid over fertilization of soil and reduce the wastage of fertilizers. (
  • Asia Pacific has been remained the key driving factor for the growth of the water soluble fertilizers market. (
  • Demand for water soluble fertilizers is mainly driven by strong growth of agriculture sector in emerging economies like India and China in the region. (
  • Asia Pacific holds over 60% share of the global water soluble fertilizers market. (
  • Insecticides, pesticides and chemical fertilizers can all play an important role in the well being of any garden or crop. (
  • Lack of sulphur in soils threatens crop quality and yield, and there is a need for high performance sulphur enhanced fertilizers to meet the challenge. (
  • Historically, fertilizer company valuations have been closely linked to fertilizer prices, which, in turn, are positively correlated to crop prices. (
  • In other words, Lee's analysis suggests that there is a reasonably high probability that global grain markets will tighten over the next five years, which has positive implications for crop prices and fertilizer sector valuations. (
  • While extremely high crop prices could be potentially positive for the fertilizer sector, these situations could also lead to political and/or economic instability, which may have an offsetting negative impact on fertilizer sector valuations. (
  • Fertilizers are increasingly important to improve crop yields needed to feed a growing world population. (
  • Fertilizer, as efficient as it can be, it still has the power to both boost and destroy any crop. (
  • After examining the changing ratio of fertilizer N application to its intended incorporation in crop yield, we shall discuss prospects for more or less N fertilizer by 2070 when the earth's farmers may be feeding 10 billion people and sparing more or less habitat for nature. (
  • Technological approaches to improving the efficiency of nitrogen fertilizer use by crop plants. (
  • It was not a problem because of low crop yields, extensive cropping, and the incidental supply of sulfur through rain, irrigation water, manures, and sulfurcontaining fertilizers. (
  • Moder- nagriculture based on high crop yields, intensive cropping, improved crop varieties, and greater use of sulfur-free fertilizers and environmental regula- tions restricting sulfur emissions are creating large gaps between sulfur sup- ply and sulfur requirements. (
  • This Crop Insights discusses forms of N fertilizer, conditions that favor their loss in soils, and stabilizers that may reduce those losses. (
  • To this day, the Rothamsted research station that they founded still investigates the impact of inorganic and organic fertilizers on crop yields. (
  • WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Fertilizer makers are boosting output of branded niche products, drawing from the playbook of plastics producers, just as the volatile crop nutrient industry endures its worst slump since the recession. (
  • First used by ancient farmers, fertilizer technology developed significantly as the chemical needs of growing plants were discovered. (
  • Fertilizer legislation forces farmers to cut back on the use of fertilizers. (
  • Farmers and gardeners should also be careful when applying fertilizer, be it organic or inorganic because too much application may damage the plants. (
  • By the middle of the century the new technology lowered the price of N fertilizer enough that farmers began applying near 100 kg·ha −1 and raising yields in step. (
  • In 1930 world farmers applied 1.3 million metric tons (Tg) of N in fertilizers, and after World War II they still were applying only 3-4 Tg. (
  • OTTAWA, March 12, 2019 /CNW/ - Farmers will be able to renew their training on the safe handling and use of anhydrous ammonia fertilizer - a key nitrogen input - with Fertilizer Canada's. (
  • In most tropical soils plants have enormous difficulty in obtaining phosphate and so farmers have to spend a huge amount of money on phosphate fertilizer. (
  • Farmers have to add much more fertilizer than in temperate regions and a very large amount of the cost to produce food is the cost of phosphate," says Sanders. (
  • Extension agents identified the primary constraint to fertilizer use in Nigeria as the physical absence of the product at the time that it is needed, rather than lack of affordability or farmers' lack of knowledge about the benefits or the use of fertilizer. (
  • Canada's carbon price may weaken the farm sector in one of the world's biggest grain-shipping countries, raising farmers' costs and discouraging investment in fertilizer production, industry groups say. (
  • At $50, it would raise fertilizer prices by $2 per acre for Canadian farmers. (
  • At $50, it would raise fertilizer prices by $2 per acre for Canadian farmers, and some experts peg the total farm cost at $6 an acre, according to the CIBC bank. (
  • Fertilizer makers can justifiably argue they need provisions to stay competitive, and farmers should also receive support, said Keith Brooks, programs director at Environmental Defence. (
  • Farmers across the country are seeing similar price increases caused by several factors, including the booming demand for fertilizer to produce animal feed for rapidly developing nations like India and China, where people are adopting diets richer in meat. (
  • Along with soaring labor, water and fuel costs, increasing fertilizer costs have been draining farmers' savings and will probably lead to higher prices for fruits and vegetables to go with separate increases in meat, poultry and dairy products. (
  • U.S. farmers paid about $322 a ton for fertilizer in April 2007, the most recent figures available, up from $291 a ton a year earlier, according to the USDA. (
  • The main nitrogen-based straight fertilizer is ammonia or its solutions. (
  • In contrast, the majority of fertilizers used in commercial farming are extracted from minerals (e.g., phosphate rock ) or produced industrially (e.g., ammonia ). (
  • An average of 85 percent of the ammonia produced in the United States is used in fertilizers. (
  • A ton of ammonium nitrate fertilizer costs, on average, about $100 less than a ton of anhydrous ammonia fertilizer, one of the best alternatives. (
  • For a 10-page description of our methodology, visit Reports Focused on NPK Production Economics ECONOMICS OF NPK FERTILIZER PRODUCTION (NPK E11A) This report presents the economics of a typical phosphonitric process for NPK Fertilizer production in the USA from rock phosphate, phosphoric acid, ammonia, and nitric acid. (
  • In addition to being used to produce phosphate fertilizers , sulphur dioxide gas is combined with water to produce sulphuric acid, which is mixed with anhydrous ammonia to produce ammonium sulphate. (
  • Six tomato plants grown with and without nitrate fertilizer on nutrient-poor sand/clay soil. (
  • A few percent of the nitrogen fertilizer market (4% in 2007) [6] has been met by calcium ammonium nitrate (Ca(NO 3 ) 2 · NH 4 NO 3 · 10 H 2 O ). (
  • How do I select the proper type of nitrate-based fertilizer? (
  • Will any of these be harmed by a nitrate-based fertilizer? (
  • Nitrate fertilizers are the most commonly used forms of nitrogen. (
  • Nitrate leaches fastest from the soil (due to its chemical negative molecular structure) and therefore if you fertilize soil which gets excessive rains it is not recommended to use fertilizers with high percentage of nitrate nitrogen. (
  • The bottom line - nitrate nitrogen fertilizers will be just fine for all your veggies. (
  • Officials from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives are searching for an unidentified man who has been trying to buy between 500 and 1,000 metric tons of ammonium nitrate fertilizer. (
  • If ammonium nitrate fertilizer is so dangerous, why does the agriculture industry keep using it? (
  • Ammonium nitrate fertilizer is also popular for top-dressing pastures at midsummer since it evaporates more slowly than some competitors. (
  • A carelessly tossed cigarette sparked a fire aboard the S.S. Grandcamp , which was carrying a massive load of ammonium nitrate fertilizer. (
  • Several European countries, including Germany and Ireland, ban pure ammonium nitrate fertilizer outright, mandating that it be mixed together with calcium carbonate. (
  • The European Union as a whole requires that ammonium nitrate fertilizers containing more than 28 percent nitrogen feature large, high-density granules, which are more difficult to saturate with fuel oil. (
  • Only two states, South Carolina and Nevada, require purchasers of ammonium nitrate fertilizer to produce identification. (
  • It's also possible, especially if another ammonium nitrate bomb is exploded on American soil, that insurance companies will refuse to offer policies to fertilizer dealers carrying the product. (
  • Or perhaps manufacturers will simply bow to public safety concerns, as has already happened in Australia: Last spring, that nation's largest fertilizer manufacturer voluntarily stopped selling all of its ammonium nitrate products. (
  • The fertilizer used in that attack, ammonium nitrate, makes big explosions, be they accidental or intentional, said Neil Donahue, professor of chemistry at Carnegie Mellon University. (
  • The risk of standard ammonium nitrate was highlighted last spring when a blast at a Texas fertilizer plant killed 14 people and injured 200. (
  • A cohort of 2,131 male nitrate fertilizer workers was evaluated for cancer morbidity from 1963 to 1986. (
  • In a cohort of 1,148 male fertilizer workers who had never been exposed to nitrate, there was an increased incidence of lung cancer (SMR = 151,95% CI = 103-220) but not of stomach cancer or prostate cancer. (
  • Inorganic are sometimes called synthetic fertilizers since various chemical treatments are required for their manufacture. (
  • They found that this nutrient-rich algae, once dried, can be applied to cucumber and corn seedlings and result in growth comparable to that seen using synthetic fertilizers. (
  • The use of synthetic fertilizers has significantly improved the quality and quantity of the food available today, although their long-term use is debated by environmentalists. (
  • On modern farms a variety of machines are used to apply synthetic fertilizer in solid, gaseous, or liquid form. (
  • Plants grown from synthetic fertilizers contain toxic nitrates that react with hemoglobin to damage the vascular and respiratory systems and cause suffocation and even death in extreme cases. (
  • Synthetic fertilizers are easier to apply over broad areas because lesser amounts are needed. (
  • As a result, a good strategy is to apply synthetic fertilizers once a year and supplement them with natural fertilizers. (
  • The interwar period [3] saw innovative competition from Imperial Chemical Industries who developed synthetic ammonium sulfate in 1923, Nitro-chalk in 1927, and a more concentrated and economical fertilizer called CCF based on ammonium phosphate in 1931. (
  • Our reliance on synthetic nitrogen fertilizer (as its known) carries its own vast array of problems not least of which that making it requires an enormous amount of fossil energy. (
  • The team will also compare the public health and environmental risks of urine-derived fertilizers, synthetic fertilizers and biosolids-another name for treated sewage. (
  • We believe our work will take urine-derived fertilizer to a point where it's safer than synthetic fertilizers and biosolids," Love said. (
  • Wet the ground lightly with your garden hose before applying Scotts granular fertilizer. (
  • Even making organic fertilizer by making compost takes time and space and does not provide an immediate solution to a nutrient deficiency in the lawn or garden. (
  • Process for improving the plant growth with the aid of ion exchanger fertilizers, comprising adding to the growth medium weakly basic anion exchangers which are charged with anionic chelate complexes of micronutrient cations and macronutrient and micronutrient anions to the extent of at least 60% of their total capacity together with weakly acid cation exchangers charged with nutrient cations to the extent of at least 60% of their total capacity. (
  • Furthermore fertilizers comprising a mixture of weakly basic anion exchanger which are charged with anionic chelate complexes of micronutrient cations and other micronutrient and macronutrient anions to the extent of at least 60% of their total capacity and weakly acid cation exchangers which are charged with nutrient cations to the extent of at least 60% of their total capacity. (
  • 8. A fertiliser of claim 7, wherein the weakly basic anion exchanger(s) and the weakly acid cation exchanger(s) are each charged with nutrient ions to the extent of at least 80% of their total capacity. (
  • Throughout most of history, agriculture has relied on natural fertilizers to increase the nutrient levels of soil. (
  • Despite its advantages, artificial fertilizers kill beneficial microorganisms in the soil that convert plant and animal remains into nutrient-rich organic matter. (
  • Benefits of home composting include producing nutrient-rich soil, reducing the need for chemical fertilizers, reducing landfill methane emissions and lower. (
  • This type of fertilizer is said to be environment-friendly and it helps improve the water and nutrient capacity of the soil. (
  • The Government is promoting the concept of the integrated nutrient supply system (INSS), i.e. the combined use of mineral fertilizers, organic manures and biofertilizers. (
  • OTTAWA, June 21, 2019 /CNW/ - Fertilizer Canada is calling on all political parties in Canada to incorporate 4R Nutrient Stewardship (Right Source @ Right Rate, Right Time, Right Place®) in their. (
  • OTTAWA, May 6, 2019 /CNW/ - The 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program in Ontario is proud to announce the Cottam branch of Setterington's Fertilizer Service Ltd as the third agriculture. (
  • Lower-dose organic fertilizers are unlikely to burn plant roots or cause nutrient overdoses. (
  • Foliar segment is projected to be the fastest application segment attributed to its high compatibility with liquid fertilizers added with high nutrient absorption. (
  • Although the use of CRFs is an accepted practice, growers and researchers are always looking for ways to decrease fertilizer and irrigation expenses and reduce the impact of nutrient leaching into the environment. (
  • This suggests that the dibble method may be an advantageous CRF placement method that allows for the conservation of expensive fertilizer resources and mitigates non-point source nutrient contributions by reducing undesired nutrient leaching during irrigation. (
  • The authors noted that the effect of fertilizer placement and effluent volume can also be incorporated into other models that predict nutrient leaching. (
  • Chemical fertilizer can harm those living organism which help in the growth cycle of the plants. (
  • The remaining material in the package contains micronutrients as well as filler material that aids in the even distribution of the chemical fertilizer. (
  • A man who misrepresented chemical fertilizer as organic has pleaded guilty in federal court, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California. (
  • Fertilizers enhance the growth of plants. (
  • Most plants, especially those that are grown outside of their native ranges, need soil supplements in the form of fertilizer. (
  • Because excess fertilizer can kill plants and damage the soil where plants grow, fertilizer levels must be carefully monitored to be sure the correct amount is always present. (
  • Organic gardening is much more than just growing plants without chemical and a fertilizers and artificial sprays. (
  • Keeping plants at optimal health by using the right fertilizer and watering schedule can help prevent a pest infestation and subsequent need for chemical treatment. (
  • Fertilizer is a substance added to soil to improve plants' growth and yield. (
  • Fertilizers replace the chemical components that are taken from the soil by growing plants. (
  • As scientific chemical theories developed, the chemical needs of plants were discovered, which led to improved fertilizer compositions. (
  • Fertilizer , natural or artificial substance containing the chemical elements that improve growth and productiveness of plants. (
  • Yellow leaves of iron-deficient cucumber plants rapidly turned green in spots where the new foliar fertilizer was applied. (
  • A fertilizer is a substance applied to soil to enhance its ability to produce plentiful, healthy plants. (
  • General products include fertilizers for lawns and gardens and specific applications for plants such as tomatoes, roses and evergreens. (
  • With the advent of the Fluoride rules for fertilizer plants, we want to suggest an alternative process to reduce Fl air emissions and encourage production of Fl as a product. (
  • Garden Fertilizers are soil conditioner apportioned in the soil in order to boost the growth of the plants. (
  • Both types of fertilizer have flaws but both also have advantages for the plants . (
  • In the meantime, fertilizer can also be directly apportioned into the soil or it can be sprayed in the plants' leaves. (
  • Standardization in the field of fertilizers, soil conditioners and beneficial substances, that is, materials whose addition is intended to ensure or improve the nourishment of cultivated plants and / or to improve the properties of soils, and the efficient use thereof. (
  • For starters, we can make fertilizer plants safer and locate them away from schools and nursing homes from now on. (
  • SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian fertilizer company Fertilizantes Heringer SA has decided to close several of its plants and distribution centers as part of a restructuring plan to lower its debt burden, two sources told Reuters on Thursday. (
  • Heringer, one of the largest players in the Brazilian fertilizer market, sent a message to workers on Thursday in at least 10 installations, including plants and regional offices, advising them that they faced closure, according to a e-mail message seen by Reuters. (
  • A source that deals with fertilizer distributors in Mato Grosso, in the heartland of Brazil's grain belt, said Heringer advised some of those distributors regarding what plants and offices were being closed and which ones would keep operating. (
  • Accidents happen in fertilizer plants, and elsewhere. (
  • While fertilizers may be beneficial to the plants, they are not always as healthy for the rest of the environment. (
  • The developing sciences of chemistry and Paleontology , combined with the discovery of coprolites in commercial quantities in East Anglia, led Fisons and Packard to develop sulfuric acid and fertilizer plants at Bramford, and Snape, Suffolk in the 1850s to create superphosphates, which were shipped around the world from the port at Ipswich. (
  • Fertilizers which gradually feed plants rather than deluging them with excessive nitrogen are not only environmentally-sensible, but they also enable plants to grow at optimum rates. (
  • The Fertilizers Act and Regulations requires that all regulated fertilizer and supplement products must be safe for humans, plants, animals, and the environment. (
  • Why Sulphur Fertilizers? (
  • Shell Thiogro phosphate fertiliser technologies incorporate micronised elemental sulphur and sulphate sulphur into the most widely used phosphate fertilisers, including MAP, DAP, TSP and some NPKs, enabling the production of premium sulphur-enhanced fertilisers. (
  • Global fertilizer price reports are available for sulphur and sulphuric acid . (
  • By replacing a portion of high-cost phosphate with lower-cost sulphur, fertiliser producers can save on raw material costs, produce more fertiliser overall, or redirect the extra phosphate to other high-margin uses. (
  • Some fertilizers also contain certain "micronutrients," such as zinc and other metals, that are necessary for plant growth. (
  • Regulated products include farm fertilizers, micronutrients, lawn and garden products as well as supplements such as water holding polymers, microbial inoculants, plant growth regulators, liming materials, and waste-derived materials such as composts and municipal biosolids. (
  • EPA is examining whether some fertilizers or soil conditioners contain potentially harmful containment levels. (
  • National Fertilizers Limited (NFL) - Miniratna (Cat-1) company (BSE: 523630) (NSE: NFL) is an Indian state-owned corporation that manufactures chemical fertilizers, organic fertilizers and industrial chemicals. (
  • Madras Fertilizers Limited is a Public Sector Undertaking company in India under administrative control of the Department of Fertilizers, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers. (
  • According to the Environmental Protection Agency, residential lawns can use more than 10 times as much fertilizer and herbicide as commercial farms-chemicals that eventually end up in our water supply. (
  • What's worse, these toxic chemicals are put there on purpose, thanks to the use of biosolids as fertilizer. (
  • Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd. (
  • Fertilizers, Chemicals and Petrochemicals sectors are not an exception to this. (
  • Fertilizers can be organic (composed of organic matter), or inorganic (made of simple, inorganic chemicals or minerals). (
  • Also, using an organic fertilizer protects our natural resources since chemicals are not entering water sources through runoff. (
  • Greenpeace is currently investigating the manufacture of phosphate fertiliser in Sichuan, China. (
  • With concerns about human borne pathogens coupled with a growing preference for flush toilets and centralized sewage treatment, biosolids have been replacing night soil (from human excreta), a traditional organic fertilizer that is minimally processed. (
  • EPA offers guidance and technical assistance for the beneficial recycling of biosolids as soil amendments and fertilizer. (
  • He got fired for blowing the whistle on the corruption and conflict of interest at the EPA that caused industrial waste and toxins to be stealthily inserted into the fertilizer applied to our farmlands, and sold to us in potting soil with biosolids. (
  • Processed organic fertilizers include compost , humic acid , amino acids, and seaweed extracts. (
  • The main organic fertilizers are, peat , animal wastes (often from slaughter houses), plant wastes from agriculture, and treated sewage sludge. (
  • As a fertilizer market intelligence provider, we also include insights on agriculture - an important perspective for fertilizer market players. (
  • Chemical fertilizers play an integral role in industrial agriculture and food production. (
  • OTTAWA, April 9, 2019 /CNW/ - The Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada and Fertilizer Canada have partnered to advance sustainable agriculture in Ethiopia, Ghana and Senegal as part of the. (
  • OTTAWA, March 1, 2019 /CNW/ - Fertilizer Canada looks forward to working closely with the newly appointed Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and the Minister of International Development to. (
  • Phosphate is a key component of the fertilizers that fueled the Green Revolution in middle of the 20th century that made it possible then for agriculture to keep up with the growing global population. (
  • Taxes on certain pesticides and chemical fertilizers can mobilize fiscal revenues while mitigating the negative effects associated with pesticide/fertilizers application and promoting sustainable agriculture practices. (
  • At the same time the tax generates a revenue stream that could be earmarked to, for example, mitigating the environmental impacts of pesticides and fertilizers, adopting more sustainable agriculture practices and otherwise contributing to the achievement of a country's sustainable development goals. (
  • In many countries, and particularly in developing countries, governments are more likely to subsidize fertilizer production or consumption to increase productivity in agriculture rather than to tax them. (
  • Early in the 20th century, we learned to mass produce N, P, and K giving rise to the modern concept of fertilizer, and what's now known as industrial agriculture. (
  • For example, nitrogen and phosphorous in chemical fertilizers and bacteria in organic fertilizer can cause excess algae growth in waterways and harm the quality of drinking water. (
  • Such taxes will necessarily complement regulations and standards on chemical and toxic content (e.g. nitrogen and phosphorous in fertilizers). (
  • It is sometimes credited as being the most widely use organic fertilizer and by volume is the top organic amendment. (
  • Chemical, or inorganic, fertilizers are also widely available in a variety of commercial formulas and can be purchased at most home or garden stores. (
  • With the exception of nitric acid, these compounds are widely used for fertilizer. (
  • Most widely held works about National Fertilizer Development Center (U.S. (
  • Fertilizer application rates can vary with the type of fertilizer that is needed to produce the desired results. (
  • All forms of nitrogen (N) fertilizer are subject to eventual losses of N. The risk of loss depends on field and climate conditions, type of fertilizer and whether a stabilizer is used. (
  • While natural fertilizers take longer to build soil vitality, they are safer and cause no pollution. (
  • Firefighters use flashlights to search a destroyed apartment complex near a fertilizer plant that exploded earlier in West, Texas, in this photo made early Thursday morning, April 18, 2013. (
  • In this aerial photo, law enforcement and rescue personnel search the damage to an apartment complex from the explosion of the West Fertilizer plant on April 17, 2013. (
  • Firefighters search an area destroyed by a fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas on April 18, 2013. (
  • They range from lawn fertilizers, bulb fertilizers, flower fertilizers, garden fertilizers and everything in between. (
  • The best time to apply Scotts Fertilizer Plus 2 with Weed Control to your lawn is in late spring. (
  • Many people use fertilizers to give extra life to their lawn and garden, but few people consider the potential drawbacks of these fertilizers. (
  • Protesters oppose the possible easing of Rockledge's four- month ban on lawn fertilizer. (
  • Scenario: The mineral Apatite is mined and processed to produce phospahte fertilizer. (
  • Fertilizer technology is seldom transmitted and very rarely is irrigation taught. (
  • They are only included in fertilizers in small amounts, however, since most soils naturally contain enough of these components. (
  • When treated and processed, these residuals can be recycled and applied as fertilizer to improve and maintain productive soils and stimulate plant growth. (
  • The Global Soluble Fertilizer Industry Research Report of 195 pages, profiling 26 major manufacturing companies and providing 287 tables and figures to support the soluble fertilizer market analysis is now available with at . (
  • The Soluble Fertilizer market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. (
  • ICIS in partnership with the International Fertilizer Association (IFA) is excited to announce the launch of the 2020 Global Fertilizer Trade Flow Map. (
  • As of 2018, it was the second largest producer of fertilizers in India. (
  • NFL, incorporated in 1979 is India's largest Central Public Sector Enterprise (Government of India Undertaking) in Fertilizer Sector with a turnover of over Rs. (
  • Madras Fertilizers Limited (MFL) was incorporated in December 1966 as a joint venture between GOI and AMOCO India Incorporation of USA (AMOCO) with GOI holding 51% of the equity share capital. (
  • Enhanced fertilizer use to meet WFS goals is particularly important in countries such as China and India, which make up a large proportion of the world population. (
  • Is India turning the corner on usage of fertilizers? (
  • You can also buy organic fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides and other green gardening supplies and equipments here. (
  • Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., has proposed legislation that would make ID checks compulsory and require producers to add unique chemical tags to batches of fertilizer. (
  • However, the trends pose a tricky future for fertilizer producers. (
  • Nitrogen fertilizer producers, among major polluters in western provinces, are leery of a carbon price. (
  • Fertilizer producers have been operating their factories at full bore to meet the growing demand, but there's not enough manufacturing capacity to bring down prices, said Charles Nekvasil, a spokesman for Deerfield, Ill.-based fertilizer producer CF Industries. (
  • No matter what kind of fertilizer you use, few people can manufacture it on their own. (
  • After the U.S. capacity to manufacture N fertilizers more than doubled from 1964 to 1981, plant closures and little construction lowered capacity 15% by 1995. (
  • In the United States, high gasoline prices are prompting growers to plant fertilizer-dependent corn for the manufacture of ethanol fuel. (
  • In 24 of 100 trials, the 2015/2016 global stocks-to-use ratio exceeded the current level and these scenarios would have potential negative implications for fertilizer sector valuations. (
  • hazardous wastes are used as ingredients in only a small portion of waste-derived fertilizers. (
  • However, such wastes are often included as inert ingredients in chemical fertilizers. (
  • Safety evaluators examine all ingredients in a fertilizer or supplement including the active components as well as the formulants, carriers, additives, potential contaminants and by-products that might be released into the environment as a result of product's use and application to soil. (
  • The world's biggest fertilizer company, Potash Corp of Saskatchewan, has mainly stuck to selling potash, phosphate and nitrogen in their commodity forms. (
  • The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, in Oklahoma City, was the one that Timothy McVeigh blew up with a truck packed with fertilizer, on April 19, 1995. (
  • In an effort to be as environmentally conscious as possible, it is important to consider the potentially harmful effects of fertilizers as well as the benefits. (
  • As with any chemical product, use insecticides, pesticides and chemical fertilizers with caution around pets and children. (
  • Inorganic fertilizers exclude carbon-containing materials except ureas . (
  • Inorganic fertilizers are to blame. (
  • WEST, Texas (AP) -- Rescuers searched the smoking remnants of a Texas farm town Thursday for survivors of a thunderous fertilizer plant explosion, gingerly checking smashed houses and apartments for anyone still trapped in debris or bodies of the dead. (
  • Representatives of the ATF and the Texas Fire Marshall provided an update on their joint investigation into the fertilizer plant explosion in West Texas. (
  • A victim from the West Fertilizer Co. plant explosion is wheeled into Hillcrest Baptist Medical Hospital in Waco, Texas, April 17, 2013. (
  • This aerial photo shows the remains of a burned and damaged school following a Wednesday night fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, April 17, 2013. (
  • An unidentified man injured by the West Fertilizer Co. plant explosion is treated by nurses from Hillcrest Baptist Medical Hospital in Waco, Texas, April 17, 2013. (
  • An emergency worker walks through a damaged apartment building following a fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, April 17, 2013. (
  • Elderly persons from a nearby nursing home are triaged in a parking lot before being moved to a school stadium following a fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, April 17, 2013. (
  • Baylor University students hold a candlelight vigil outside Waco Hall for victims of the West fertilizer plant explosion, April 17, 2013. (
  • This interactive map provides a geographical picture of fertilizer product trade flows between major producing and importing countries around the world, as well as production and consumption date. (
  • Fertilizer consumption rates in Nigeria remains among the lowest in the world despite decades of aggressive subsidization. (
  • For references , please go to or scan the QR code. (
  • Individuals can minimize the negative effects of artificial fertilizers by mixing them with the soil well enough to prevent rain runoff. (
  • Many of the "quick-release" fertilizers have been known to lead to oxygen loss in waterways due to runoff into the street and, as a result, into the water. (
  • April 15 (Reuters) - U.S. fertilizer producer Mosaic Co said on Tuesday that it will buy Archer Daniels Midland Co's fertilizer distribution business in Brazil and Paraguay for $350 million. (
  • I have got into a big argument on the uk.rec.gardening newsgroup about the differences beteen pollution levels in water courses between chemical fertilizers and 'natural' manures. (
  • At this time," a representative of the ATF told reporters, "authorities will not speculate whether that possession has any connection" to the explosion at the fertilizer plant. (
  • A massive explosion at the fertilizer company injured more than 100 people and left damaged buildings for blocks in every direction. (
  • Industrial waste materials are often used in fertilizers as a source of zinc and other micronutrient metals. (
  • Many zinc fertilizers are made from industrial waste as a way of recycling this heavy metal. (
  • The EPA states in a November 2000 fact sheet covering regulations regarding zinc fertilizer recycling that such hazardous wastes are not dangerous because they are not applied in large quantities to corn, potatoes and fruit trees. (
  • They also state that half of zinc fertilizers are made from EPA-regulated industrial wastes that are considered hazardous. (
  • Instead compounds containing these elements are the basis of fertilizers. (
  • Since these compounds exist in a number of physical states, fertilizers can be sold as solids, liquids, or slurries. (
  • Artificial fertilizers are man-made chemical compounds that mimic the soil's natural minerals and elements to maximize plant growth. (