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fertile

adjective arable, bearing offspring freely, fecund, fecundus, feracious, fertilis, flowering, fructiferous, fructuous, fruitful, imaginative, ingenious, lush, luxuriant, original, originative, parturient, philoprogenitive, procreant, procreative, productive, progenerative, prolific, rank, rich, yielding
Associated concepts: fertile octogenarian rule, presumption of fertility
See also: beneficial, gainful, lucrative, original, productive, prolific, resourceful
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Further, chemical and fertiliser exports declined during June by 37% compared to June 2014.
Among agricultural subsidies, a big amount of the money had gone towards keeping the price of chemical fertilisers low.
J&H Bunn's customers should see welcome benefits from this unique combination of our local and global fertiliser capabilities and our shared commitment to customers.
According to Phosphate and Compound Fertiliser, a journal published by the Chinese State Administration for Petrochemical Industry, the five-year (1995-1999) average CIF prices for imported DAP and NPK at major Chinese ports are US$235/tonne and US$208/tonne, respectively, and the average 1999 retail prices in China for imported DAP and NPK were US$276/tonne and US$252/tonne, respectively.
WHILE the world has developed several techniques to develop and use organic fertilisers, Pakistan is still lagging behind in this field.
The Minister, while elaborating on the mandate of the council, said that areas of operation of ICFNR include promotion of research in area of fertilizer manufacturing technology, use of raw material and innovation in fertilizer products, eco-friendly micro nutrients and pesticide coated slow release fertilizers, bio fertilisers & organic fertilisers and their derivatives.
The domestic market for fertilisers is expected to boom during this decade and the next one alongside progress of the South-East Anatolia Project (GAP), a network of 22 dams and 19 hydro-electric plants which would open up a huge area for new agricultural projects.