Difference between revisions of "Inorganic fertilizer"

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1. Plant nutrient materials derived from mineral sources or which are synthesized chemically. As contrasted to [[fertilizer]] materials derived from [[organic]] sources.<br><br>
 
1. Plant nutrient materials derived from mineral sources or which are synthesized chemically. As contrasted to [[fertilizer]] materials derived from [[organic]] sources.<br><br>
  
http://www.gonzaga.k12.nf.ca/academics/science/2200/sci2200-04/unit01/section02/lesson05/commercial%20fertilizer.jpg<br><br>
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https://image.slidesharecdn.com/azizulbinmaddalis-131228081116-phpapp02/95/inorganic-fertilizers-1-638.jpg<br><br>
Example of an [[inorganic]] commercial [[fertilizer]].<br>
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Definitions of [[inorganic]] [[fertilizer]].<br>
Source: http://www.gonzaga.k12.nf.ca/academics/science/2200/sci2200-04/unit01/section02/lesson05/3-lesson-a.htm<br><br>
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Source: https://www.slideshare.net/aspaazura/azizul-bin-maddalis<br><br>

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1. Plant nutrient materials derived from mineral sources or which are synthesized chemically. As contrasted to fertilizer materials derived from organic sources.

inorganic-fertilizers-1-638.jpg

Definitions of inorganic fertilizer.
Source: https://www.slideshare.net/aspaazura/azizul-bin-maddalis