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 What is a major component of plant fertilizer?

Answer Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are major components of fertilizer products for plants.Specifically, chemical, commercial, conventional, non-organic fertilizers tend to be called "NPK" fertilize... Read More »
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There was a blast in TX at a fertilizer plant. Will the govt make us pass fertilizer background checks now?

Already has. To work around it or buy large quantities like a farmer does takes special training. And permits. Special storage for some things. And proper posting and logging of it. It is regu... Read More »
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Why do we use plant fertilizer?

Fertilizers are used on plants for a number of reasons, most of them related to the conditions under which plants grow best. Fertilizers come in many forms, some of which are better for plants than... Read More »
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What does plant fertilizer have in it?

Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium are what's in plant fertilizer. They're the three most abundant and most important of the nutrients that plants need. Specifically, nitrogen is needed for above ... Read More »
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Plant Damage From Too Much Fertilizer?

Fertilizer is a good way to help your plants grow big and strong, especially if they are in nutrient-poor or unbalanced soils. The three primary nutrients supplied by fertilizers are nitrogen, phos... Read More »
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