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Old 03-16-2003, 04:29 PM
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Originally posted by Ric
There are 17 elements essential to plant growth. They include Oxygen, Hydrogen, Carbon and the 13 listed below. Now for the $ 0.05 question which element did I not list and Why??


With out Water nothing (Nada) would live. Water is a compound of two elements Hydrogen and Oxygen and is like all of the elements we add to the soil for our plants, Compound forms of these elements.

A big hint might be that this is a $ 0.05 question. The first person who can answer the element and the reason I did not list it I will spend $0.37 on a stamp to mail them $0.05. I am the last of the big time spenders.

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