Fertilizers

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Inorganic fertilizers are usually given as a “rescue treatment” to plants that are malnourished, unhealthy or even dying. Inorganic fertilizers are appropriate in this situation because the nutrients needed by the plants are readily available. In comparison, using an organic fertilizer would mean that the plant has to wait until the components of the organic fertilizer have been broken down first into its primary nutrients.

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FertilizersAdvantages of Using Inorganic Fertilizers1. Works immediatelyInorganic fertilizers are usually given as a rescue treatment to plants that are malnourished, unhealthy or even dying. Inorganic fertilizers are appropriate in this situation because the nutrients needed by the plants are readily available. In comparison, using an organic fertilizer would mean that the plant has to wait until the components of the organic fertilizer have been broken down first into its primary nutrients. By then, the plant could be dead already. 2. Contains all necessary nutrients that are ready to use Inorganic fertilizers are designed to give plants all the nutrients-Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium that they need in appropriate proportions and amounts. Hence, plants do not get more of one can of nutrient over the other. Instead it has a balance of all the nutrients it needs

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