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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by zinc, Jan 25, 2000.
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I dont remember all of my element chart Please explain. Thanks
If I remember correctly from my highschool environmental science class you need for healthy soil and thus healthy plants the following:<br>(items that are listed first are needed the most)<br>MACRO NUTRIENTS<br>nitrogen<br>phosphorous<br>potassium<br>sulphur<br>calcium<br>magnesium<br>MICRO NUTRIENTS<br>iron<br>boron<br>zinc<p>Dylan<br>