Spanish Word for fertilizer  

English Word: fertilizer

Spanish Word: fertilizante
The Spanish Word for fertilizer
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Translated sentences containing 'fertilizer'
Do you want me to bring the fertilizer?
¿Quiere que traiga el fertilizante?

Fluoride, as we use it in Ireland, is a toxic waste taken from the scrubbers of an artificial fertilizer factory, which also contain poison like mercury and cadmium.
El flúor, tal como lo utilizamos en Irlanda, es un residuo tóxico sacado de los restos de una factoría de fertilizantes artificiales, que también contienen venenos como el mercurio y el cadmio.
At the production stage, the grapes can be harvested before ripening, fertilizer use can be reduced or ceilings placed on yields.
En el estadio de la producción, están las vendimias en verde, la reducción de los fertilizantes o también los topes de rendimiento.
Since 1989 agricultural production has fallen by 50 %, production of coal by 65 % and fertilizer by 75 %.
Desde 1989 la producción agrícola ha descendido en un 50 %, la producción de carbón en un 65 % y la de fertilizantes en un 75 %.
Fertilizer production is down by 60 %, which means that less food is produced and round the vicious circle goes again.
La producción de fertilizantes ha quedado reducida al 60 %, o sea que se producen menos alimentos y que el círculo vicioso se pone de nuevo en marcha.
In Finland, selenium has been added to fertilizers in greater quantities since 1984: formerly, six grammes per kilo of fertilizer, and, since last April, 10 grammes per kilo.
En Finlandia se ha podido añadir selenio a los abonos desde el año 1984, en un principio seis gramos por kilo de abono y, a partir de abril de este año, diez gramos por kilo.
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