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Old 02-17-2014, 01:58 AM
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Phosphate is nothing more than fossilized sea creatures mined from deposits in the Earth. We could call it “fish fossils.”

The most common “byproduct” during the phosphate mining process is Shark teeth.

Phosphorus (P) is referred to as the Enforcer. It helps the plant trap and use the sun's energy to make food (photosynthesis). Plants also need P to grow healthy root systems.
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