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Fertilizer Basics | Fact Sheets

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Nitrogen is the nutrient that produces the greatest growth response in plants. Nitrogen is usually present in the soil as nitrate ions. Nitrate ions are soluble and not held by soil particles. Excess nitrate that is not taken up by ...
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Gardeners love phosphorus. Wildflowers don't - Telegraph.co.uk

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Fertilizer Basics | Fact Sheets

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Nitrogen is the nutrient that produces the greatest growth response in plants. Nitrogen is usually present in the soil as nitrate ions. Nitrate ions are soluble and not held by soil particles. Excess nitrate that is not taken up by ...
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Maryjane Utley's curator insight, September 9, 2013 6:47 AM

very pertinent to our unit of study