Phosphorus Behavior in Soil
Written by Mark Jeschke
Phosphorus is essential for plant growth and is second only to nitrogen in the frequency which it limits yield in crop production
Phosphorus plays a critical role in energy storage and transfer in plants and is a component of DNA and RNA.
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