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Definition of the noun bonemeal

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noun - plural: bonemeals

  1. fertilizer made of ground bones

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"Bonemeal" is a musical album of Ray Anderson Quartet.

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Google previewDr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats (1995)

by Richard H. Pitcairn

Bonemeal is the most natural calcium source for carnivores and provides many trace minerals. It is also...

Google previewQueensland Agricultural Journal (1901)

Bonemeal is an absolute necessity, but at the price of 15s. to 16s. per cwt. is too dear. A bonecutter which will cut the fresh bones is good, but is probably too expensive for fowls in a small way. In the latter case buy bone- meal from an artificial ...

Google previewThe Minnesota Horticulturist (1920)

Bonemeal is a fine and safe fertilizer to use ...

Google previewThe Ultimate Pet Food Guide (2009)

Everything You Need to Know about Feeding Your Dog or Cat by Liz Palika

Bonemeal. Bonemeal is a good source of calcium and when ...

Google previewBlack's Veterinary Dictionary (2015)

Unsterilised bonemeal is an important source of infection (not in the UK). Signs Three forms of the disease are recognised: the peracute, the acute, and the subacute. Cattle In most peracute cases, the animal is found dead without having ...

Google previewTexas Organic Vegetable Gardening (1998)

The Total Guide to Growing Vegetables, Fruits, Herbs, and Other Edible Plants the Natural Way by Howard Garrett

Bonemeal is a good Calcium and phosphorus Source but ...

Google previewWho Knew? Saving Money Every Day (2012)

Easy Ways to Spend Less Around Your Home Without Sacrificing a Thing by Bruce Lubin, Jeanne Bossolina-Lubin

Make Your Own Bonemeal As you may know, bonemeal is an excellent source of nutrients for your plants. But instead of spending $8–$10 on a bag at your local gardening store, make your own! Bonemeal is just bones, after all. Save bones ...

Google previewReader's Digest Quintessential Guide to Gardening (2016)

An A to Z of Lawns, Flowers, Shrubs, Fruits, and Vegetables by Editors at Reader's Digest

Bonemeal is a slow-release source of phosphorus, remaining in the soil for up to a year. Buy steamed, crushed bonemeal that is finely ground so that soil microorganisms can break it down more readily. Rock vs. colloidal: Rock phosphate is ...

Google previewThe Prairie Short Season Yard (2014)

Quick and Beautiful on the Canadian Prairies by Lyndon Penner

Bonemeal is a gentle yet effective fertilizer, and for years it was the “go to” product when planting bulbs or new plants. Studies have shown that although bonemeal feeds over a long period, it breaks down extremely slowly at a speed that does ...

Google previewEdible Heirlooms

bonemeal is a good addition. They prefer a pH level toward the acidic side, so gypsum can be added if necessary. Plant midspring, when the ground has warmed somewhat; if it is too cold, the potato pieces will rot before they can sprout.

Google previewVegetable Growing Handbook (1990)

by W.E. Splittstoesser

Steamed bonemeal is a by-product of the meat industry and is an excellent source of phosphorus, calcium, and trace elements. Dried blood is also a by- product of the meat industry and is sold for its nitrogen content. The supply is governed by ...

Google previewLASTING SOLUTION TO OIL-AND-FOOD CRISES

by STEVE Dr. ESOMBA

Its raw material comes from slaughterhouse by-product; Bonemeal is a mixture of crushed ...

Google previewThe Complete Book of Gourd Craft (1998)

22 Projects, 55 Decorative Techniques, 300 Inspirational Designs by Ginger Summit, Jim Widess

Bonemeal is a good source of additional potassium. The first two months of plant growth are spent developing a healthy root system. Therefore, during this time the plant must have water and nitrogen, even though the plant appears to be ...

Google previewThe Complete Idiot's Guide to Rock and Water Gardening Illustrated (2004)

by Carlo A. Balistrieri, Bill Gutman

Bonemeal is a good fertilizer for plants that need additional nutrients, especially bulbs, while old rotted or dried commercial cow manure will profit plants that crave richer diets. Plants such as this beautiful, flowering rhododendron need an ...

Google previewThe Western Fruit-grower (1905)

Bonemeal is a good fertilizer if it is readily available, or any of the complete orchard mixtures sent out by reliable fertilizer houses will prove beneficial to nurery stock. Barnyard manure, well rotted, and plowed into the ground is good, provided ...

Google previewRodale's Ultimate Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening (2009)

The Indispensable Green Resource for Every Gardener by Fern Marshall Bradley, Barbara W. Ellis, Ellen Phillips

But bonemeal is not a complete bulb food—it is only a good source of phosphorus and calcium. Start your bulbs offright with a top—dressing ofa complete organic fertilizer, dried manure, or compost in fall after planting. (Don't put fertilizer in ...

Google previewRodale's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Herbs (1998)

by Claire Kowalchik, William H. Hylton

which prefer a higher pH, you can increase the soil alkalinity with dolomitic limestone, wood ashes, bonemeal, or eegshells. Add dolomite and eggshells the fall before planting; bonemeal or wood ashes a few weeks before spring sowing.

Google previewThe New York Botanical Garden Illustrated Encyclopedia of Horticulture (1982)

by Thomas H. Everett

AND OTHER SUBSTANCES RELATED TO GARDENING Algicide Aluminum Sulfate Ammonium Nitrate Ammonium Sulfate Antibiotics Ashes Auxins Basic Slag Blood Meal Bonemeal Bordeaux Mixture Calcium Carbonate Calcium Chloride ...

Google previewConcise Encyclopaedia of India (2006)

by K.R. Gupta & Amita Gupta

The major industries are engineering, automobiles, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, aluminium, ceramics, jute, cotton textiles, paper, tea, leather, footwear, bicycle, bonemeal, dairy, poultry and timber processing.

Google previewSaunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary (2011)

by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood

sterilized bonemeal, copper, cobalt, iodine and other trace minerals where required, in granular form or in a hard cake forlicking. Setoutin barns or at pasture forad libitum access by cattle, sheep, goats. Called alsolick. m. supplements minerals ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Complementary Health Practice P (1999)

by Carolyn Chambers Clark, EdD, ARNP,FAAN

Calcium chelates and refined calcium carbonate contain low levels of lead similar to that found in milk, but dolomite, oyster shell calcium carbonate, and bonemeal supplements may contain very high levels of lead (Bourgoin et al., 1993).

Google previewRandom House Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (2008)

by Random House

anneal, appeal, Bastille, big deal, big wheel, bonemeal, bon- spiel, cartwheel, Castile, chenille, cogwheel, conceal, congeal, cornmeal, done deal, double-deal, Emile, fifth wheel, fish meal, flywheel, fourwheel, freewheel, fur seal, gearwheel, ...

Google previewEnvironment : Problems And Policies : (encyclopaedia Of Environment), (2005)

by K.R. Gupta

The common sources of these elements in India are nitrate of soda, ammonium sulphate, ammonium nitrate, ammonium chloride, urea, calcium ammonium nitrate, superphosphate, bonemeal, rock phosphate and calcium magnesium ...

Google previewThe New Encyclopedia of Vitamins, Minerals, Supplements, & Herbs (1999)

How They Are Best Used to Promote Health and Well Being by Nicola Reavley

Bonemeal, dolomite and oyster shells are common sources of calcium,.

Google previewDictionary of English Spelling (2005)

by Martin H. Manser

bond something that binds; promise bondholder bondman or bondsman bondswoman bondage slavery bone hard tissue forming the skelton of an animal bone-dry bonehead boneless bonemeal bone-shaker bony bonfire large outdoor fire ...

Google previewFirefly Geography Dictionary (2003)

by Firefly Books

organic fertilizer Any fertilizer derived from organic material, such as manure, bonemeal, seaweed or fishmeal.

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (2002)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

bastille, Bastille, bonemeal, bonspiel, Camille, Castile, cartwheel, Cecile, chainwheel, chenille, cogwheel, conceal, congeal, cornmeal, enwheel, Erbil, flywheel, forefeel, four-wheel, freewheel, genteel, handwheel, ideal, inchmeal, Irbil, irreal, ...

Google previewCollins Rhyming Dictionary (2014)

by Rosalind Fergusson

cartwheel, selfheal, treadwheel, gearwheel, freewheel, sweetmeal, wheatmeal, piecemeal, printwheel, millwheel, pinwheel, fishmeal, flywheel, cogwheel, allheal , Mobile, oatmeal, wholemeal, bonemeal, newsreel, * blastocoel, deshabille, ...

Google previewDictionary of Agriculture (1998)

by Alan Stephens

which is made up ot a series of layers of tissue and a softer inner part which contains bone mm row bonemeal ['baunmi;nnoun fertilizer made of ground bones or horns, reduced to a fine ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Herbs (2009)

A Comprehensive Reference to Herbs of Flavor and Fragrance by Thomas DeBaggio, Arthur O. Tucker

If fertilization is deemed necessary, use high phosphorus fertilizers, such as bonemeal. In areas with abundant rainfall, slugs may be a problem. Divide plants every two or three years, around 4July, to prevent overcrowding. The rhizomes are ...

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Scrabble value of B3O1N1E1M3E1A1L1

The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the second edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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