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phosphorous

of or containing phosphorus in the trivalent state
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Albans to reduce phosphorous emissions from its wastewater to help it become one of the first communities to achieve lower phosphorous emissions targets under the Lake Champlain Phosphorous Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) agreement and state water quality laws.
the scientists were successful in manipulating atoms of phosphorous within
The US-led coalition's fighter jets attacked with white phosphorous two houses packed with civilians in the village of Khasham in the Eastern countryside of Deir Ezzur, the Arabic-language al-Hadas news reported.
The presence of nutrients, especially nitrogen and phosphorous in wastewater effluents and their impacts on natural water bodies, continue to be a major concern for companies involved with wastewater treatment.
Tariq advised farmers that in case of observing the symptoms of Bronze Wilt they should immediately get the soil analyzed from laboratory and provide Phosphorous, Potash and Sulphur as per soil needs.
Root vegetables such as swede, carrots and turnips need a high phosphorous fertiliser.
Phosphorous is an important food ingredient for wheat crop as it
Phosphorous is one of major nutrient and essential constituent of life (Maathuis and Frans, 2009).
Apple is yet to reveal any information on Phosphorous and as of now there is no information available on the technical specifications of the new chip.
Animal was supplemented with wheat bran @ 2-3 kg/ head/day or with other suitable phosphorous supplemented i.
Sulfur oxidizing bacteria (SOB) oxidize elemental sulfur (S) and reduced S compounds to generate sulfuric acid which has the ability to solubilize and convert the insoluble phosphorous (P) compounds to simple plant available P compounds.