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1. Guano, accumulated excrement and remains of birds, bats, and seals, valued as fertilizer

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2. Bird Guano comes mainly from islands off the coasts of Peru, Baja (Lower) California, and Africa heavily populated by cormorants, pelicans, and gannets

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3. Bat Guano is found in caves throughout the world.

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4. Guano definition is - a fertilizer containing the accumulated excrement of seabirds or bats; broadly : excrement especially of seabirds or bats.

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5. The Guano trade began on three tiny Peruvian islands in the Pacific, and their product reached farmers’ fields around the world

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6. Bat droppings, known as Guano, are small and dark in coloration

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7. Often used as fertilizer because of its high nitrogen and phosphorus content, Guano can be dangerous when allowed to accumulate in the home.

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8. Guano will provide nutrients for most of the life of your plant

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9. Guano adds beneficial enzymes and microflora for continuous soil health.

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10. A prized source of N-P-K. Guanos — the excrement from birds and bats — are among nature's best! Particularly high in nitrogen and phosphorus, Guano fertilizers are …

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11. Down to Earth All Natural Seabird Guano Fertilizer Mix 0-11-0, 5 lb

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12. Earth 726 Premium Organic and Natural Bat Guano with Trubiotic, 7-3-1,Multi,1.5 lb.

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13. Guanay cormorants, top-notch Guano producers, hanging out in Peru

Guanay, Guano

14. (Photo: An en Alain/Flickr) At first glance (or, fine, maybe second), Guano is an ideal fertilizer

Glance, Guano

15. The Guano Company Budswel Liquid 1 Gallon Organic Hydroponic & Soil Solution

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16. After hearing how effective it was, Guano soon became highly prized on the world market

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17. In 1840, the first Peruvian Guano was shipped to Europe, arriving in London

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18. The termGuano applies to natural mineral deposits consisting of excrements, eggshells and carcasses of dead seabirds found in almost rainless, hot-dry climatic regions and corresponding fertilizers. Guanos are classified according to age, genesis, geographical origin and chemical composition

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19. Main types are nitrogen- and phosphate Guanos.

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20. Guano imported from arid tropical and subtropical islands and from South America became an early source of new Nr with nitrogen contents up to ∼30 times higher than most manures (Smil, 2001)

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21. Guano is the excrement of birds that are found near the sea

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22. Bat Guano is essentially bat poop harvested from wild insect-eating bats

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23. In the 18th century, bat Guano was actively harvested from bat caves to make gunpowder

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24. The Guano is dropped by the Kraul Bats in Raxorfen Kraul in the chamber before the final boss (lvl 31-32 elite)

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25. Brother Guano is a monk imprisoned in the basement of Temple of Titan

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26. Brother Guano is a hardline believer in the creed of the Servants of the Mushroom Cloud, who believes that Father Enola has forsaken his devotion to their god and embraced life, rather than oblivion

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27. Guano If a farmer was short on cash -- and most were -- he would have to sign a Guano note.

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28. In the 1930s, a passing boater discovered a Guano cave, and for 20 years after, unsuccessful attempts were made to mine the nitrogen-rich Guano for fertilizer

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29. After hearing there was more than 100,000 tons of Guano in the cave, the U.S

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30. Guano Corporation bought the property and constructed a $3.5 million tramway system to extract it.

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31. Guano For both voyages samples of penguin Guano had profuse growth

Guano, Growth

32. See 8 authoritative translations of Guano in English with example sentences and audio pronunciations.

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33. Guano is an item dropped by Batilisks similar to Manure, colored grayish-white

Guano, Grayish

34. Guano is 1.5× more effective than Manure when used as a fertilizer, although it cannot be used to craft Farm plots.

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35. Guano, or “wanu” in the ancient Quechuan language, has been used in cultivation since ancient times

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36. The rulers of the Inca empire restricted access to Guano, dishing out the death penalty to anyone who disturbed their rich Guano deposits.

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37. Age Old, Azomite, Bat Guano, Compost Tea, Organic Fertilizer

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38. 1 LB Bat Guano SOIL AMENDMENT ORGANIC FERTILIZER GARDEN NO ODOR Vegetarian GROW

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39. Organic Soil Amendment Mix-kelp neem alfalfa crab bat Guano rock dust azomite

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40. Guano Apes' official music video for 'Big In Japan'

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41. Click to listen to Guano Apes on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/GApesSpotify?IQid=GApesBiJAs featured on Do

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42. Before starting to work with GuanoBoost his yield was “normal” at 80 tonnes per hectare, he was searching for ways to improve his yield

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43. In the first year of using Guano Boost he achieved a record 110 ton per hectare

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44. Hotels near Guano Point: (0.77 mi) Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn (0.96 mi) Red Feather Lodge (0.90 mi) Holiday Inn Express Grand Canyon (0.86 mi) The Grand Hotel at the Grand Canyon (0.88 mi) 7 Mile Lodge; View all hotels near Guano Point on Tripadvisor

Guano, Grand

45. Bat Guano is a suitable fertilizer for plants and lawns, making them healthy and green

Guano, Green

46. In addition, bat Guano makes an acceptable compost activator, speeding up the decomposition process.

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47. In the 18th and 19th centuries, the North American Guano Company would send ships to south-Pacific islands to harvest the guan, which was used as fertilizer.(seriously!) 2

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48.

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49. Congress that enables citizens of the United States to take possession, in the name of the United States, of unclaimed islands containing Guano deposits

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50. The guanay cormorant, Leucocarbo bougainvillii, whose common name was derived from the Inca word for Guano, was the most important member of a trio of ‘Guano birds’

Guanay, Guano

51. Guano is an ideal fertilizer as it’s made entirely of nitrogen, phosphate and potassium

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52. Bat and seal Guano are lower in fertilizer value than bird Guano, which contains about 11-16 percent nitrogen, 8-12 percent phosphoric acid, and 2-3 percent potash.

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53. Find 44 ways to say Guano, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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54. Guano definition: Guano is the faeces of sea birds and bats

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55. ‘The copious Guano deposition from sea birds may play a role in maintaining the present assemblage of vascular plants on both islands.’ ‘They rip up bin bags, deposit vast quantities of Guano on our favourite statuary, and even attack people.’

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56. Bat Guano also has a long agricultural and economic history in Cuba

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57. Bat Guano is an ideal fertilizer because of its chemical make-up

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58. These predictable Guano fertilizer price

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59. Sunleaves Peruvian Seabird Guano is a popular all purpose Guano which can be used as a standalone fertilizer for any stage of plant growth

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60. Peruvian seabird Guano is becoming a more popular choice among Guano fans as it is more sustainably produced and harvested than bat Guano.

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61. ‘The copious Guano deposition from sea birds may play a role in maintaining the present assemblage of vascular plants on both islands.’ ‘They rip up bin bags, deposit vast quantities of Guano on our favourite statuary, and even attack people.’

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GUANO [ˈɡwänō]

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What does guano mean in Urban Dictionary?

Guano definition, a natural manure composed chiefly of the excrement of sea birds, found especially on islands near the Peruvian coast. See more.

What is guano used for?

bat: Importance to humans. The guano (droppings) of insectivorous bats is still used for agricultural fertilizer in many countries and in the past was used as a source of nitrogen and phosphorus for munitions.

What does bat guano mean?

Bat guano is the fecal matter and urine of bats. It collects beneath their roosting places naturally. It has also been used as a fertilizer for a very long time, and can provide essential nutrients and minerals for growing plants. Bat guano is most often found in caves on the windward side of bodies of water.

What is a load of guano?

A Load of Guano: Baltimore and the Fertilizer Trade who discovered and peacefully occupied islands with guano deposits to claim them as U.S. possessions. The claim for Navassa Island was made in 1857 and was formally recognized by the United States in 1859.12 Although Haiti disputed the claim and

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