bonemeal


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bonemeal

(ˈbəʊnˌmiːl)
n
(Agriculture) the product of dried and ground animal bones, used as a fertilizer or in stock feeds
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Noun1.bonemeal - fertilizer made of ground bones
organic, organic fertiliser, organic fertilizer - a fertilizer that is derived from animal or vegetable matter
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bonemeal

[ˈbəʊnmiːl] Nharina f de huesos
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She was intrigued by buried organic matter, whether that be bonemeal or well-rotted farmyard manure.
I use grease bands in autumn and spring, Miracle-Gro, blood and bonemeal, and water twice a day in hot weather.
The products include; Natural Fertilizer, Natural Liquid Lime, Natural Liquid Bonemeal, Natural Kelp and Sulfate of Potash, and Aggrand's Fertilizers Organic series.
Dress figs under glass with bonemeal and compost over the root run.
Dress figs under glass with bonemeal and a mulch of compost over the root run
After flowering, prune back to about six inches during autumn, gently fork in a little bonemeal around the plant and give a good mulch of well-rotted compost.
COUNTRYSIDE: Years ago I decided to try to make our own bonemeal.
It is also possible to use bonemeal "pills" in the same way: small balls of clay soil with bonemeal mixed into them.
To approximate a mass grave, I bulldozed mud, bonemeal, maggots
If you want to plant shrubs underneath, prepare the planting hole by making it bigger than the root ball of the plant and incorporate compost and bonemeal.
If you feel that it is necessary, you can give them a light application of a balanced general fertiliser such as Growmore or fish, blood and bonemeal to aid the recovery.