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This is Bio-Lab report with data, data analysis and graphs of fertilizer impact on plants growth

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BIOLOGICAL LAB REPORT: Influence of Fertilizer on Plant's GrowthINTRODUCTION:Sunlight, water and nutrients enriched soil are an essential part for the plants' well-being and survival. Nutrients that are present in soil for the plant to grow bring a tremendous direct impact on the plants' health and growth. Fertilizers are enriching the soil with numerous various macro- and micronutrients, and each of them is essential and differently affecting on the plants' overall wellbeing. Nutrition is critical for health, growth and survival for any living organism; thus, how well enriched the soil where plant is growing is an essential factor. There are macro- and micronutrients required by the plants, which respectively define large and small amount that is necessary for the plants' utilization. There are essential mineral nutrients that come from the soil, are dissolved in water, and eventually, absorbed through a plant's roots. There are not always enough of these nutrients in the soil for a plant to grow healthy. This is why many farmers and gardeners use fertilizers to add the nutrients to the soil.Macronutrients that plants need in abundance are nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), and sulfur (S). There are usually enough of these nutrients in the soil so fertilization is not always needed. Micronutrients are those elements essential for plant growth which are needed in only very small quantities, and those are boron (B), copper (C

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