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fertilizer made of ground bones

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In the spring, most gardeners apply blood and bone meal to refresh soil.
Meat and bone meal (MBM) was obtained from a rendering plant (Griffin Industries, Cold Spring, KY, USA).
Wear protective gloves when handling organic fertilisers like bone meal.
BEIRUT: The Agriculture Ministry Tuesday issued regulations allowing the manufacturing of meat and bone meal from animal origin for export only, the National News Agency reported.
Bone meal, de-oiled cake of mixed, and powdered oyster shell were purchased from manufacturers; their chemical properties and nutrient contents are shown in Table 1.
The reintroduction of meat and bone meal, welcomes the Commission, will help the EU reduce its dependence on external soy protein (self-sufficiency of less than 30%), reduce the negative economic and environmental effects of the ban and increase the competitiveness of livestock breeding and the meat industry.
On animal feed, the Commission could phase out the ban on meat and bone meal, a symbolic element of the measures to combat mad cow disease.
Add a little bone meal as you plant to settle them in.
The blend contains a mixture of bone meal, feather meal, kelp and several other ingredients.
The apparent ileal amino acid digestibility in maize, sorghum, soybean meal, maize gluten, fishmeal, meat and bone meal and wheat bran for growing broiler chickens were determined, using titanium dioxide (Ti[O.
It's best to dig a trench and work in some well-rotted organic matter before covering it with soil and a sprinkling of bone meal.
The offspring component of the investigation found that all calves of interest died of causes unrelated to BSE, while the inquiry into feed confirmed that the affected animal was exposed to feed containing ruminant meat and bone meal that was produced before the Canadian government's 1997 ruminant-toruminant feed ban, it said.
In the late 1990's, lead was found in some calcium supplements derived from natural sources, such as bone meal, dolomite and oyster shells.
Sprinkle a handful of blood, fish and bone meal or National Growmore round each crown and apply a generous layer of manure or garden compost.
Farmers began adding bone meal from slaughtered sheep to cattle feed.