Words nearby tankage
How to use tankage in a sentence
More often the tankage provided is insufficient, and thousands of barrels escape.
Manufacturers claim that sulphate of ammonia and tankage would be better.
Tankage may be used in part, and in it the nitrogen costs very little more per pound.
The manufacturer gets his supply of phosphoric acid from rock, bone, or tankage exactly as does the home-mixer.
The use of some steamed animal bone or high-grade tankage in the mixture helps to prevent caking.
British Dictionary definitions for tankage
- fertilizer consisting of the dried and ground residues of animal carcasses
- a protein supplement feed for livestock