It was also found that a manganese compost did not increase production when phosphatic manure was applied as basic slag.
It is a great favorite, and in some respects the finest natural source of phosphatic manure in the world.
The next chapter of our author is on the phosphatic, or earthy diathesis.
An acre used to yield on an average 300 tons of phosphatic nodules, value 750.
With regard to the nature of the phosphatic manure to be applied, superphosphate is to be preferred.
They differ from phosphatic deposits in being insoluble in acetic acid.
The phosphatic slag from this process is used as fertilizer.
Mr. Hope Jones found the phosphatic mine to be continuous for more than a mile, and to come within twelve feet of the surface.
The relative and absolute proportions of phosphatic material in both products is excessive.
A true vein, or fissure containing vein deposit, partially metallic, divides two phosphatic deposits.
phosphatic phos·phat·ic (fŏs-fāt'ĭk)
Relating to or containing phosphate.