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Plant Nutrition

 
     
 
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Plant Nutrition
  Required Minerals
  Determining Mineral Needs
  Symptoms of Improper Nutrition

Plants are autotrophic, meaning they make their own nutritional requirements by photosynthesis. Actually, this statement is only partially true. Plants need water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight to manufacture by photosynthesis. The primary nutrients required by a plant are the three elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, which they gain through photosynthesis.

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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