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 Abiotic Sources of Nitrates?

Answer Nitrogen fixation is a process in which atmospheric nitrogen is converted into ammonia. A natural process, nitrogen fixation can occur biologically with the aid of living organisms, or abiotically ... Read More »
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How to Manage Nitrates?

Elevated levels of nitrates in your aquarium water can stress your fish. This stress can make fish more susceptible to disease, and can also inhibit successful reproduction. Nitrates are a by-produ... Read More »
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Nitrates and Phosphates in Plants?

Phosphorous and nitrogen are two of 17 essential nutrients for healthy plant growth. Plants contain several different types of nitrogen, depending on the species, maturity and surrounding environme... Read More »
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How to Find the Amount of Nitrates in the Water?

Nitrate is a colorless, odorless, tasteless element that can affect groundwater in private wells. A 1990 Environmental Protection Agency survey found that 57 percent of private wells in the United ... Read More »
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