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 Which precautions can gardeners take so that chemical fertilizers stimulate plant growth at concentrations that are not so high as to damage roots?

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What are the effects of fertilizers on plant growth?

Fertilizers promote plant growth through a variety of mechanisms. Most notably, fertilizers provide essential nutrients which are often limited in natural systems, such as nitrogen and phosphorus. ... Read More »
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Do Roots affect plant growth?

Hi yes roots do affect plant growth , obviousley the bigger area of roots the more vitamins and minerals they can get and absorb through their roots , more beneficial sources means the plants will ... Read More »
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What are some trees whose roots won't, or probably won't, eventually damage my plumbing if I plant them?

Where do you live? Apple trees makes me think you must be a yankee or something. Let me know, because while palm trees have small root systems, I don't think that's what you're looking for, since t... Read More »
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