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Definition of inert

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Definition as written by GrannyLois:

Deficient in active properties; especially lacking a usual or anticipated chemical or biological action.

In buying fertilizer or most mixtures of wildflower seeds there is always a certain amount of inert material is included.

Definition as written by Magpye:

(1) A material having no biological action.

(2) Any substance in a pesticide product that has no pesticidal action.


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