How Do Plants Get Nitrogen?

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Nitrogen is an important element to all living beings. Plants obtain nitrogen through a natural process. Nitrogen is introduced to the soil by fertilizers or animal and plant residues. Bacterias in the soil convert the nitrogen to ammonium and nitrate which is taken up by the plants.
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