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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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Government of Iran aims to attain self-sufficiency in the production of staple food crops by 2025, which is anticipated to boost fertilizer consumption in the country over the course of next 5-10 years.
The 'China's Fertilizer Market Review & Outlook Outline 2014-2015' report provides an in-depth analysis on the trends in China's fertilizer market in 2015 and provides a clear judgment for people at home and abroad who focus on China's fertilizer market as a reference for their decision-making.
Physical fertilizer npk 15-15-15 npk mix or chemical fertilizer 15-15-15,npk fertilizer 20-20-0 lot i.
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Through organic gardening, worms thrive and add microbial life and natural fertilizer to your garden.
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For five years, one small-town housewife-turned-mayor and four farmers--each suffering health problems caused by industrial wastes--worked diligently and cooperatively to unravel one of the fertilizer industries' best kept secrets.
During the twentieth century, mankind has produced increasingly more reactive nitrogen, intentionally as fertilizer and unintentionally as a by-product of combusting fossil fuels.
At the far end of the production line, Sulfa-Cal, Royster-Clark's brand name for a fertilizer that has gypsum as a main ingredient, waits to be packaged and sold as a product that provides 20 percent calcium and 17 percent sulfur for cranberries, potatoes and a variety of other crops in the Midwest.
The fertilizer industry has played a significant and responsible role in the development of both the agriculture and industrial sectors of economy.
Farm-derived nutrients in the Mississippi River that create a huge dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico could be substantially reduced if farmers simply used a little less fertilizer, a new analysis suggests.
Criminals and deranged individuals can walk into fertilizer stores throughout America, put down their cash, and walk out with fertilizer to build hideous devices of death, no questions asked.