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Definition of inorganic fertilizer

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Definition as written by Terry:

A chemical (synthetic) fertilizer that releases nitrogen quickly into the soil (compared to an inorganic fertilizer such as manure which releases nitrogen more slowly as it decomposes.)

Definition as written by camil_camiru14:

It is a mineral fertilizer which help a plant grow faster.

Definition as written by jamilurrahman:

inorganic fertilizer are natural compounds formed through chemical processes(composed of natural chemical and minerals).

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