How Do Plants Get Nutrients?

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Plants get nutrients from the soil in which they grow. They also get nutrients from moisture and other elements in the air! The nutrients are absorbed from the soil by the roots of the plants.
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Plants absorb the nutrients thru photosynthesis. It is a process in which green plants utilizes the energy coming from the sun to manufacture carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and
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Plants get most of their food from the soil, through their roots. Plants also acquire nutrients through their leaves, when you spray fertilizer on them.
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Plants will not grow if they do not get the nutrients they need. Just like the human body, plants require certain nutrients to survive.
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Plants absorb nutrients from the soil through the roots. The roots have tiny veins that transport nutrients to the leaves of the plant and by way of photosynthesis ...
Plants absorb nutrients from the soil through the roots. The roots have tiny veins that transport nutrients to the leaves of the plant and by way of photosynthesis ...
Plants absorb nutrients from the soil through the roots. The roots have tiny veins that transport nutrients to the leaves of the plant and by way of photosynthesis ...
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