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manure 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/məˈn(y)o͝or/,
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manures, plural;
  1. Apply manure to (land)
    • - the ground should be well dug and manured
Noun
  1. Animal dung used for fertilizing land

  2. Any compost or artificial fertilizer


  1. any animal or plant material used to fertilize land especially animal excreta usually with litter material
  2. spread manure, as for fertilization
  3. Manure is organic matter used as organic fertilizer in agriculture. Manures contribute to the fertility of the soil by adding organic matter and nutrients, such as nitrogen, that are trapped by bacteria in the soil. ...
  4. Animal excrement, especially that of common domestic farm animals and when used as fertilizer. Generally speaking, from cows, horses, sheep, pigs and chickens; To cultivate by manual labor; to till; hence, to develop by culture; To apply manure (as fertilizer or soil improver)
  5. Organic substance that is added to the soil to increase its fertility. They are usually of animal origin containing dung and straw.
  6. To dream of seeing manure, is a favorable omen. Much good will follow the dream. Farmers especially will feel a rise in fortune.
  7. Dung and urine of animals that can be used as a form of organic fertilizer.
  8. Solid wastes from livestock, often mixed with bedding materials such as straw or hay.
  9. Animal excreta after aerobic fermentation, used as fertilizer.
  10. Animal waste such as dung put on soil to make it fertile for crops.
  11. An animal waste product that is composted and used as a natural fertilizer for plants.
  12. Cow droppings, used as fertilizer because of the helpful bacteria and nutrients it contains.
  13. the fecal and urinary excretions of livestock and poultry. Manure can include bedding material and water used for livestock. Manure with a water content of more than 96 percent is defined as liquid. ...
  14. Hmmmm...... Organic matter, excreted by animals, which is used as a soil amendment and fertilizer. Green manures are plant cover crops which are tilled into the soil.
  15. Animal dung generally mixed with the bedding straw and 'composted'.
  16. Poop, nanny berries, fecal matter, excrement.
  17. The accumulated moist animal excrement that does not undergo decomposition or drying as would occur on open grazing land or natural habitat.
  18. Dung and urine of animals (livestock) that produce large amounts of methane and nitrous oxide emissions.
  19. The decomposed product from animal waste.
  20. Manure is defined to include animal feces and urine, bedding, compost, and raw materials or other materials commingled with manure or set aside for disposal. Read more about CAFO manure in What is in CAFO manure?
  21. Animal excrement in varying stages of decomposition. Manure should be aged for landscape use. Fresh manure is high in nitrogen and can have a high salt content, which can harm plant roots.
  22. (n, v): a substance spread by manual labor to fertilize soil.
  23. Janeway identifies the traces of potassium nitrate, ammonium, and methane in the back of the Ford truck as horse manure. (The 37's)
  24. (noun) -- waste from farm animals ch. 2
  25. organic matter used as fertilizer, especially decomposed animal wastes