fertilize

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To cause to produce offspring through insemination; to inseminate
To make (the soil) more fertile by adding nutrients to it
To make more creative or intellectually productive

to fertilize one's imagination.

{f} impregnate, inseminate; enrich the soil by the addition of organic or chemical substances (also fertilise)
introduce semen into (a female)
To make fertile or enrich; to supply with nourishment for plants; to make fruitful or productive; as, to fertilize land, soil, ground, and meadows
fer·ti·lize fertilizes fertilizing fertilized in BRIT, also use fertilise. When an egg from the ovary of a woman or female animal is fertilized, a sperm from the male joins with the egg, causing a baby or young animal to begin forming. A female plant is fertilized when its reproductive parts come into contact with pollen from the male plant. Certain varieties cannot be fertilised with their own pollen. the normal sperm levels needed to fertilise the female egg Pregnancy begins when the fertilized egg is implanted in the wall of the uterus. + fertilization fer·ti·li·za·tion The average length of time from fertilization until birth is about 266 days
To fertilize land means to improve its quality in order to make plants grow well on it, by spreading solid animal waste or a chemical mixture on it. The faeces contain nitrogen and it is that which fertilises the desert soil. chemically fertilized fields. = enrich
provide with fertilizers or add nutrients to; "We should fertilize soil if we want to grow healthy plants"
make fertile or productive; "The course fertilized her imagination"
make fertile or productive; "The course fertilized her imagination
provide with fertilizers or add nutrients to; "We should fertilize soil if we want to grow healthy plants" make fertile or productive; "The course fertilized her imagination
To render fertile
To fecundate; as, to fertilize flower
cross-fertilize
To undergo (or cause to undergo) cross-fertilization
fertilise
Alternative spelling of fertilize
fertilizer
A natural substance that is used to make the ground more suitable for growing plants
fertilizer
A chemical compound created to have the same effect
fertilizes
Third-person singular simple present of to fertilize
fertilizing
Present participle of to fertilize
To fertilize
impregnate
cross fertilize
{f} perform cross-fertilization of; cause to undergo cross-fertilization
cross-fertilize
undergo cross-fertilization; become fertile
cross-fertilize
cause to undergo cross-fertilization; "Mendel cross-fertilized different kinds of beans"
fertilise
make fertile or productive; "The course fertilized her imagination"
fertilise
provide with fertilizers or add nutrients to; "We should fertilize soil if we want to grow healthy plants"
fertilise
{f} impregnate, inseminate; enrich the soil by the addition of organic or chemical substances (also fertilize)
fertilise
introduce semen into (a female)
fertilised
made pregnant
fertilized
Simple past and past participle of to fertilize
fertilized
made pregnant
fertilizer
means a substance containing 1 or more recognized plant nutrients, which substance is used for its plant nutrient content and which is designed for use, or claimed to have value, in promoting plant growth Fertilizer does not include unmanipulated animal and vegetable manures, marl, lime, limestone, wood ashes, and other materials exempted by rules promulgated under this part
fertilizer
Any organic or inorganic material of natural or synthetic origin that is added to a soil to supply elements essential to plant growth
fertilizer
Materials, including nitrogen and phosphorus, that provide nutrients for plants
fertilizer
an organic or inorganic material, such as manure or chemicals, that is put on or in the soil to improve the quality of the soil and encourage better plant growth
fertilizer
any substance such as manure or a mixture of nitrates used to make soil more fertile
fertilizer
Any organic or inorganic material of natural or synthetic origin (other than liming materials) added to a soil to supply one or more elements essential to plant growth
fertilizer
Manufactured, mined or naturally occuring substances that contain available plant nutrients
fertilizer
A nutritious substance that is used to grow plants
fertilizer
chemical used by farmers that is put on the soil to improve plant growth
fertilizer
fer·ti·liz·er fertilizers in BRIT, also use fertiliser Fertilizer is a substance such as solid animal waste or a chemical mixture that you spread on the ground in order to make plants grow more successfully. farming without any purchased chemical, fertilizer or pesticide. S3 a substance that is put on the soil to make plants grow. Natural or artificial substance containing the chemical elements that improve growth and productiveness of plants. Fertilizers enhance the natural fertility of the soil or replace the chemical elements taken from the soil by previous crops. The use of manure and composts as fertilizers is probably almost as old as agriculture. Modern chemical fertilizers include one or more of the three elements most important in plant nutrition: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Of secondary importance are the elements sulfur, magnesium, and calcium
fertilizer
A substance that is put on the ground to help crops and other plants grow better Fertilizers give plants nutrients Fertilizers can be man-made chemicals or natural materials such as manure Flock: The name used for some groups of animals of all the same kind For example, birds, goats, sheep, geese, etc
fertilizer
Supplemental nutrients for your plants, often purchased as an inorganic derivative of nitrogen, phosphate, and potash You can also use composted manures as an organic alternative
fertilizer
A substance needed for plant nutrition, such as phosphorus, nitrogen, and potassium
fertilizer
One who fertilizes; the agent that carries the fertilizing principle, as a moth to an orchid
fertilizer
Any organic or inorganic material of natural or synthetic origin (other than liming materials) that is added to a soil to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to the growth of plants
fertilizer
Pronunciation: 'f&r-t&l-"Iz&r : one that fertilizes; specifically : a substance (as manure or a chemical mixture) used to make soil more fertile (use browser back button to return to previous page)
fertilizer
Substance that adds inorganic or organic nutrients to soil for the purpose of increasing the growth of crops, trees, or other vegetation
fertilizer
{i} person or thing which fertilizes; organic or chemical substance added to soil to enrich it (i.e. manure), fertiliser
fertilizer
That which renders fertile; a general name for commercial manures, as guano, phosphate of lime, etc
fertilizer
Substance that makes the land or soil capable of producing more vegetation or crops
fertilizer
Any organic or inorganic material that is added to soil to provide nutrients for plant growth
fertilizer
Any organic or inorganic material of natural or synthetic origin that is added to a soil to supply elements essential to plant growth
fertilizer
Any of a large number of natural or synthetic materials, including manure and nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium compounds, spread on or worked into soil to increase its fertility
fertilizer
an artificial chemical mixture of one or more major plant nutrients such as nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, and calcium
fertilizer
A chemical compound created to have the same effect as (1)
fertilizer
a substance (natural or man-made) used to enrich the soil and to provide food for plants
fertilizing
{s} causing to be fertile or productive
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