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fertilizer

a fertilizing agent added to agricultural soils, in the form of an added chemical, or manure.
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Q. i just have my period last november 25 and ended on 28.when is my possible fertile and ovulation period please help me identify my fertile and ovulation period

A. If someone knew it, it'd solve the human race many problems with fertility. The problem is that ovulation (and thus, the period of possible fertility) happens 14 days BEFORE the onset of menses, so you know about it only retrospectively.

However there ways such as serial body temperature measuring, along with kits that measures the level of hormones in the urine in order to estimate the time of the coming ovulation, and help in timing intercourse.

You may read more about it here (www.mayoclinic.com/health/ovulation-signs/AN01521 ) but anyway, consulting a doctor (e.g. gynecologist) may be wise.

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It was possible, I think, to buy practically anything you wanted (and plenty that you didn't) in the Victorian High Street, anything from a gun and gold watch to a feather pillow and a supply of chemical manure. One hopes for the sake of the noses of shoppers that some of these premises acted solely as agents.
The South Shore area of Gateshead gained a reputation as being a centre for noxious trades, such as chemical factories producing bleach, bicarbonate of soda, alkali, and chemical manure.
Above, a chemical manure factory and Mushroom Hotel, Newcastle, 1886.

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