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Why is manure considered better than fertiliser?
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Asked in Chemistry
Why compost manure better than chemical fertilizers?
Asked in Gardening
Is chicken manure better fertilizer than horse manure?
Asked in Agriculture
Would Plant will grow better in pen manure than no manure?
Asked in Chemistry
Why is manure better than fertilizer or chemical fertilizer?
Asked in Alcatraz
What does an Alcatraz do?
An Alcatraz is the green quadruped mammal found in the Northwest regions of South East Australasia. They are mainly carnivorous but will eat Gum Bark when no meat is available. Alcatrii eat meat and process it inside their bodies into a molten fertiliser which can only be tolerated by flora in the tropical cacti genus. This fertiliser is far more effective than standard manure fertiliser as the heat causes the plant to rise rapidly.
Why organic manure is better than chemical fertilizer?
Do bean plants grow better in compost or horse manure?
Bean plants grow better in compost than in horse manure. The growth is natural in its steady respect for proper attention to correct involvement of each component at the optimal time. Compost offers less nitrogen than horse manure, with the result that the latter emphasizes lushness and speed of growth of foliage and shoots over balanced development of all above- and below-ground body parts.
Is it better to use compost manure or manure?
It generally is better to use compost manure when confronted with the choice between it and compost-less or uncomposted manure. Compost manure represents a mix of dark-colored, fresh-smelling, nutrient-rich organic matter with non-human animal waste products. It will be less potentially disruptive and intrusive in regard to soils and soil food webs than unadulterated manure, whose presence may emphasize foliage over flowering and fruiting at best and overwhelm the medium with insoluble, undiluted nitrogen at worst.
Asked in Biology
Why fertilisers help plants grow?
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How much fertilizer do you add to 8 cubic feet of soil?
The answer will depend on how poor or depleted the soil is and what you wish to grow there. Grass will require less fertiliser than fruit trees. The answer will depend on how poor or depleted the soil is and what you wish to grow there. Grass will require less fertiliser than fruit trees. The answer will depend on how poor or depleted the soil is and what you wish to grow there. Grass will require less fertiliser than fruit trees. The answer will depend on how poor or depleted the soil is and what you wish to grow there. Grass will require less fertiliser than fruit trees.
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Pronouns, Verbs, Nouns
What is gender superiority?
Gender Superiority is considered as the acknowledgement that the majority of a gender is better than the other in a given area. This doesn't not mean that all persons belonging to a specific gender are better than the other. e.g. Most women are considered better caregivers than men while most men are considered better with tools or handiwork than women.
Asked in Shrub Fertilizer, Tree Fertilizer
Why gardeners prefer liquid fertilizers than solid fertilizers?
Asked in Soil
Is fertilizer better than potting soil?
Usually your plants will need fertilizer in the water everytime they are watered, use a weaker strength if you perform this at each watering. Answer. Fertiliser and potting soil are two different things. Potting soil contains fertiliser that is helpful to the plants wellbeing, potting soil is a mixture for planting in.
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What are some facts about pigeons?
Pigeons have lived alongside man for thousands of years with the first images of pigeons being found by archaeologists in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) and dating back to 3000BC. The first biblical reference to the pigeon (or dove) was in the Old Testament of the Bible in the first millennium AC and was the story of Noah and the dove of peace. Pigeon guano was a highly prized fertiliser and considered to be far more potent than farmyard manure.
Do plants grow faster in fertilizer or compost?
depends on the wording of your question. growing plants in fertiliser would kill them in about 5 minutes flat. on the other hand growing plants using fertiliser applications would have a faster and more direct result to the plant than growing it in compost as the chemicals in the fertiliser breakdown in water faster than the nutrients in the compost break down. this means that fertiliser nutrients are available almost instantly to plants as opposed to compost where the process of release may take days or weeks.
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Arab better than Chinese?
Can a dried horse manure be repellent when burned?
Asked in Shrub Fertilizer
Why are fertilizers better than manures?
Controlled contents and releases are reasons why fertilizers can be better than manures. Fertilizers have to comply with application, labeling and proportion requirements. Plant and soil enrichment programs offer pathogen-, pest-, weed-free, slow-release applications that will not be guaranteed by manure (that is not composted).