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- verb Present participle of to
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You may know that since about 2006 there has been a large and growing problem with the honey bees which play a large part in fertilizing our flowers and crops.
Dung at least has nutrients which can be useful in fertilizing plants.
This means that the short-term fertilizing effect is maximized, concomitantly reducing the long-term fertilizing effect.
Chapter 7 1996
Hermon, falls in fertilizing power on the mountains of Zion, so this unity is fruitful in good works.
BASH: And this is what Mr. Bush calls fertilizing grassroots.
Many growers have gotten a crop from single trees where there was trouble with the pollination by artificially fertilizing, that is, shaking the pollen from fertile trees, even black walnut, over the barren pistillates.
Walnut Growing in Oregon Jacob Calvin Cooper 1891
Since there are fewer eggs they must be more carefully fertilized; that is, the fertilizing material must be sure to come in contact with all of them.
The Renewal of Life; How and When to Tell the Story to the Young Margaret Warner Morley 1890
The trust, along with the South Jersey Land and Water Trust, is working to raise awareness about pesticide usage and excessive fertilizing, which is cause for current levels of nutrients and pesticides in the creek.
If your friends have to spend some time away from their farm, you want to be able to earn your coins fertilizing their plots as well.
The Ohio growers have one advantage over earlier growers of the plant -- their land has not been cultivated as long as the famous tobacco lands of the Connecticut valley, and does not require that thorough fertilizing which is so necessary in New England.