Definition of Fertiliser

1. Noun. Any substance such as manure or a mixture of nitrates used to make soil more fertile.




Definition of Fertiliser

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of fertilizer) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fertiliser

fertile
fertile material
fertile phase
fertilely
fertileness
fertilenesses
fertiler
fertilest
fertilisable
fertilisation
fertilisations
fertilise
fertilised
fertiliser (current term)
fertilisers
fertilises
fertilising
fertilitate
fertilities
fertility
fertility agents
fertility drug
fertility drugs
fertility rate
fertility ratio
fertility vitamin

Literary usage of Fertiliser

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1. Florida, South Carolina, and Canadian Phosphates: Giving a Complete Account by C. C. Hoyer Millar (1892)
"fertiliser MANUFACTURING IN FLORIDA. It is in the natural order of events that the discovery of phosphates in Florida should lead to the building up of a ..."

2. Proceedings of the International Conference on Plant Hardiness and by Daniel Hall (1912)
"... of Soda : Use as a fertiliser—Value of the Soda Base—Injurious Effects of Nitrate of Soda upon the Texture of the Soil—Sulphate of Ammonia : Sources and ..."

3. OECD Environmental Data: Compendium 2004 by Oecd, OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (2005)
"KOR) fertiliser year: calendar year. BEL) Data for Belgium includes Luxembourg and ... ISL) fertiliser year: calendar year. SVK) Data before 1993 are ..."

4. Oecd Environmental Data by Oecd (1999)
"MEX) fertiliser year: calendar year. MEX) USA) lncludes data for Puerto Rico. USA) KOR) fertiliser year: calendar year. KOR) BEL) Data for Belgium includes ..."

5. Environment, Water Resources and Agricultural Policies: Lessons from China by China Nong ye bu (2006)
"We also consider measures to improve fertiliser resource utilisation rates with the purpose of promoting the development of sustainable agriculture in China ..."

6. Capital (1888)
"... petrochemicals, fertiliser: and others. We come together on their problems end needs In refractories Frequently they consent to our recommendation« moat ..."

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