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Fertilisers and Feeding Stuffs Act 1926

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Part IFertilisers

Name under which Article sold.Implied Definition.
Basic slagA by-product, containing phosphorus, obtained in the manufacture of steel and to which no addition has been made at the time of leaving or after it has left the furnace.
Basic superphosphateA non-acid phosphate produced by mixing lime with superphosphate of lime and to which no other matter has been added.
Bone mealCommercially pure bone, raw or de-greased, which has been ground or crushed.
Calcium cyanamideCommercial calcium cyanamide.
Calcium hydrate; slaked lime.Commercial hydrate of lime.
Castor mealThe residue which is obtained by the removal of oil from commercially pure castor seed.
Chalk, groundThe product obtained by grinding cretaceous limestone, to which no other matter has been added.
Compound fertilisersMixtures of any article or of two or more articles mentioned in Part I. of the First Schedule or in Part I. of the Second Schedule with any other such article or articles or with any other substance.
Dissolved ,or vitriolised bone.Commercially pure bone which has been treated with sulphuric acid.
Dried blood manureBlood which has been dried, to which no other matter has been added.
Fish guano; fish manureA product obtained by drying and grinding or otherwise treating fish or fish waste, to which no other matter has been added.
HoofsThe product obtained by crushing or grinding hoof, to which no other matter has been added.
Hoofs and hornsA mixture of hoof and horn, crushed or ground, to which no other matter has been added.
HornsThe product obtained by crushing or grinding horn, to which no other matter has been added.
Limestone, groundThe product obtained by grinding sedimentary rock consisting largely of carbonate of lime, to which no other matter has been added.
Meat and bone manure; meat meal; carcase meal.The product of drying and grinding or otherwise treating bone, flesh, flesh fibre (including whale meat) and other slaughter-house residues, to which no other matter has been added.
Mowrah mealThe residue which is obtained by the removal of oil from commercially pure mowrah seed.
Muriate of potashPotassium chloride for fertilising purposes.
Nitrate of limeCalcium nitrate for fertilising purposes.
Nitrate of sodaSodium nitrate for fertilising purposes.
Precipitated boneAn insoluble calcium phosphate prepared by treating commercially pure bone with acid, and precipitation of phosphate from the solution.
Quicklime, ground or otherwise.Commercial calcium oxide.
Rape mealThe residue which is obtained by the removal of oil from commercially pure rape seed.
Raw guanoThe excrement and remains of birds, containing both nitrogen and phosphorus, prepared for use by screening where necessary, but to which no addition has been made.
Raw phosphate or phosphate rock, ground or otherwise.The substance obtained from mineral calcium phosphate deposits, to which no other matter has been added.
Shoddy manure; wool waste; wool combings ; wool manure; flock dust.Waste of wool, or of wool mixed with fibrous materials such as are associated with wool in the textile industries, to which no other matter has been added.
Steamed bone flour; steamed bone meal.Commercially pure bone from which nitrogen has been removed by steam.
Sulphate of ammoniaAmmonium sulphate for fertilising purposes.
Sulphate of ammonia (neutral).Ammonium sulphate for fertilising purposes, containing not more than 0-025 per cent. of free acid in terms of sulphuric acid.
Sulphate of potashPotassium sulphate for fertilising purposes.
SuperphosphateA mineral substance containing soluble phosphate of lime.

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