Definition of Manurable. Meaning of Manurable. Synonyms of Manurable

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Definition of Manurable

Manurable
Manurable Ma*nur"a*ble, a. 1. Capable of cultivation. [Obs.] --Sir M. Hale. 2. Capable of receiving a fertilizing substance.

Meaning of Manurable from wikipedia

- Manure is organic matter that is used as organic fertilizer in agriculture. Most manure consists of animal ****; other sources include compost and green...
- In agriculture, green manure is created by leaving uprooted or sown crop parts to wither on a field so that they serve as a mulch and soil amendment.[citation...
- Chicken manure is the **** of chickens used as an organic fertilizer, especially for soil low in nitrogen. Of all animal manures, it has the highest...
- Manure tea is the product of the manure of livestock being steeped in a bag submerged in water. This tea is used for the fertilization of crops. This...
- A manure spreader or muck spreader or honey wagon is an agricultural machine used to distribute manure over a field as a fertilizer. A typical (modern)...
- of the 20th-century Agribusiness age, liquid manure is used as an alternative to fermented manure. Manure in both forms is used as a nutrient-enriched...
- Manure management refers to capture, storage, treatment, and utilization of animal manures in an environmentally sustainable manner. It can be retained...
- The great horse manure crisis of 1894 is a notion in urban planning which stated that the greatest challenge of further urban development was a difficulty...
- over tracks 7 and 8 and breaks parts of "One Foot in the Grave" and "Aphid Manure Heist" over tracks 12, 13 and 14; this caused all tracks after "Crystal...
- fertilizers are fertilizers derived from animal matter, animal excreta (manure), human excreta, and vegetable matter (e.g. compost and crop residues)....
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