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  • manures — ma·nure || mÉ™ nÊŠr / njÊŠÉ™ n. waste, animal dung; fertilizer v. fertilize with manure, spread or treat land with organic material …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • organic manure — manures added to fish ponds which, through decomposition by microorganisms, provides nutrients for plant growth. Farmyard faeces, urine, night soil, green manure, compost and silkworm dregs are all used …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Manure — This article is about organic material used as soil fertilizer. For animal dung used for other purposes, see feces. Animal manure is often a mixture of animal feces and bedding straw, as in this example from a stable. A horse grazes in his… …   Wikipedia

  • Green manure — In agriculture, a green manure is a type of cover crop grown primarily to add nutrients and organic matter to the soil. Typically, a green manure crop is grown for a specific period, and then plowed under and incorporated into the soil. Green… …   Wikipedia

  • Vegan organic gardening — and farming is the organic cultivation and production of food crops and other crops with a minimal amount of exploitation or harm to any animal. Vegan and vegan organic farmers use no animal products or by products, such as bloodmeal, fish… …   Wikipedia

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  • Liebig, Justus, Freiherr von — ▪ German chemist Introduction born May 12, 1803, Darmstadt, Hesse Darmstadt [Germany] died April 18, 1873, Munich, Bavaria  German chemist who made significant contributions to the analysis of organic compounds, the organization of laboratory… …   Universalium

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