Translation of fertilizer in Spanish:

fertilizer

fertilizante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfərdlˌaɪzər/ /ˈfəːtɪlʌɪzə/

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noun

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    fertilizante masculine
    abono masculine
    chemical/organic fertilizer fertilizante / abono químico/orgánico
    • The only way to be a successful farmer is to use lots of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
    • Besides this, chemical fertilizers and pesticides were often doing more harm than good.
    • Give fruit trees and bushes a topdressing of organic fertiliser, or a mulch of well-rotted compost or manure.
    • Compost, liquid fertilizers and organic fertilizers are alternatives that can be used.
    • So, we bought more land, spread more fertilizers, and increased our herds in size and number.
    • This year we will compare the results of crops grown with rock dust, manure, chemical fertilisers and an unfertilised control.
    • In modern sugar cane farming, chemical fertilizers and pesticides are used to grow the sugar cane plants.
    • Toxic pesticides and chemical fertilisers we use in our agricultural fields ultimately reach our waters and pollute them.
    • These crops need heavy inputs of pesticides and chemical fertilisers.
    • Organic food is grown without chemical pesticides or fertilizers.
    • And we all already know about the damage caused by fertilisers, pesticides, chemicals in our food, and fishing these days.
    • He doesn't use pesticides, or chemical fertilisers; he keeps a few bees to pollinate the flowers.
    • Organic food is produced without the chemical fertilisers and pesticides used in conventional food production.
    • But I also like to know that it's been grown without chemicals and pesticides and fertilisers.
    • One of the problems was that the super yields were obtained at a cost regarding the use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides.
    • He criticised modern methods of cultivation and pointed out that the use of chemical fertilisers had affected soil fertility.
    • After the war, farmers became much more heavily reliant on the use of fertilisers and pesticides, rather than manure and compost, he says.
    • Fishmeal and other fish-based fertilisers also supply valuable trace elements.
    • This will oblige hundreds of farmers to limit their use of chemical fertilisers and animal manure.
    • These specialized fertilizers include compost and processed animal manure pellets.