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Is this correct for commas? "The Nile flood waters, covering the fields, let important nutrients in the soil."

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No that is incorrect.

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Organic fertilizers are made from natural ingredients and have a slow release, meaning that the materials in these fertilizers must be broken down by soil microorganisms for the gradual release of nitrogen and other elements. Dry, granular fertilizers are the most popular type and work by releasing small quantities of nutrients each time the plant is watered. Water-soluble fertilizers are easy to apply and make nutrients immediately available to plants. Synthetic fertilizers act fast and provide an immediate greening effect, although the effects may be shorter lived.

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Where is river Nile is situated?


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bottom front edge of the washer. Tip the appliance
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removed, the panel will comes down and off.

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