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 How does inorganic fertilizer work?

Answer It adds chemicals to the soil like nitrogen and potassium
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Why is organic fertilizer better than inorganic fertilizer or chemical fertilizer?

It's better because organic fertilizer contains no chemicals that could / may kill the plant faster than using inorganic that contains man-made things that WILL kill your plants faster Organic fer... Read More »
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What is the difference between organic fertilizer and inorganic fertilizer?

In general, the only difference between organic and inorganic fertilizer is that organic fertilizers are usually made from natural materials such as compost, manure, or something similar, while ino... Read More »
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Effects of Organic vs. Inorganic Fertilizer on the Environment?

Organic and inorganic fertilizers are used to perk up your lawn by strengthening the root system of your grass. Inorganic fertilizers consist of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium chemical mixtures... Read More »
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Which is better, organic or inorganic fertilizer?

On One Hand: Organic Fertilizers Are Imprecise and Take LongerOrganic fertilizers, such as animal manure, old leaves and compost can improve the structure and nutrient content of soil. However, it ... Read More »
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