What Are the Ingredients in Fertilizer?

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Ingredients in a fertilizer include Nitrogen, Phosphate, Potassium which are the three major nutrients. Nitrogen is essential for healthy stems and leaves. Phosphate is needed for healthy roots, stems and fruit ripening. Potassium is needed for protein synthesis and in maintaining water balance. Secondary nutrients include Magnesium, Calcium, and Sulphur.
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NPK types contain Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium
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The two main types of fertilizers are organic and synthetic or inorganic. Organic fertilizers are extracted from animal or plant sources while synthetic fertilizers are chemically
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It would likely be the high nitrogen content from the fertilizer.
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