How do plant fertilizers work?



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    Plant fertilizers work by providing the major nutrients to plants that they need to grow. Nitrogen, Potassium, and Phosphorous are the three main nutrients that plants need to grow and if those are limited, their size can be dramatically limited as well. Fertilizers provide these nutrients in great quantity to assure that plants have access to them. Plants need other nutrients and micronutrients for growth as well, but they are generally found in the soil and don’t require the large quantities as do the other three. Fertilizers work by providing adequate amounts of these three nutrients to the plants for maximum growth.

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