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Horticulture: Plant Nutrients
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An essential part of chlorophyll and building proteins in the plant. Encourages green, leafy growth in plants.
Helps the plant transform solar energy into chemical energy; encourages blooming and root growth, and helps the plant withstand stress.
Helps the plant build proteins, grow quality fruits, and reduces diseases.
An essential part of plant cell wall structure, helps transport nutrients, and makes strong stems and straight growth.
Part of the chlorophyll in all green plants and essential for photosynthesis. It also helps activate many plant enzymes needed for growth.
Essential plant food for production of protein: encourages fast, healthy plant growth (especially root growth and seed production) and helps plant resistance to cold.
stunted plants, burnt leaf tips, purple coloring on the stems and underside of leaves,
Light green coloring throughout the plant, including stems and older and younger leaves.
Older leaves may wilt and look burned. Yellowing occurs from the edges of the leaves and moves inward through the leaf.
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