fertilize

(redirected from fertilizing)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Wikipedia.
  • verb

Synonyms for fertilize

Synonyms for fertilize

to make fertile

Synonyms for fertilize

References in periodicals archive ?
If the crop is grass, it needs fertilizing twice a year to maintenance itself.
A conventional uniform rate application machine can be changed into variable rate type by installing a fertilizing rate control system [2].
During the latter part of April and beginning of May, the company suggests homeowners begin fertilizing their lawns, especially if they were not over-seeded in the winter.
The study, conducted by Swedish and Danish scientists Goran Arnqvist and Trine Bilde, found that when female mates with several males, the males of low genetic quality are the most successful in fertilizing eggs.
In any encounter, such creatures can deliver sperm, receive it for fertilizing eggs internally, or do both.
Jobe's Drip Feeders make fertilizing potted plants a breeze.
Fertilizing at this stage in the plants' growing cycle will result in spindly plants: long stems with small weak growth.
Experts like Kirkpatrick control reproduction in some herds with vaccines that cause female horses to make antibodies (blood proteins that prevent infection) that stop sperm from fertilizing eggs.
In a related development, a team comprising members of the clinic and Iwate University have succeeded in fertilizing the eggs of two old cows using a similar method.
that will include things you do after you plant the trees, things like thinning for select seedlings, irrigating, fertilizing, and keeping weeds down," says Margo Shaw, director of Upper Lakes Environmental Research Network (ULERN).
The doctor conducted in vitro fertilization by retrieving her eggs, fertilizing the healthy ones with sperm, growing embryos, transferring several into her uterus, and freezing the rest for later use.
While men have been able to freeze their sperm for years, the process of freezing, thawing and fertilizing female eggs is a major breakthrough for couples who do not want to be faced with a religious or ethical dilemma of what to do with surplus embryos.
NEW YORK, April 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Planting and Fertilizing Machinery in US$ Million.
The program would still compensate growers for yield losses associated with fertilizing at the agronomic rate.
Farmers are fertilizing crops with a "new" natural resource: a treated form of the stuff you flush.