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Fertilizer for the Home Garden
|Title:||Fertilizer for the Home Garden|
|Authors:||McCall, Wade W.|
|Issue Date:||Jun 1980|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii|
|Citation:||McCall WW. 1980. Fertilizer for the home garden. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 2 p. (General Home Garden Series; GHGS-04).|
|Series/Report no.:||General Home Garden Series|
|Abstract:||Plants require certain nutrients to grow properly, and if any of these nutrients are lacking in the soil, they must be added through the use of fertilizers. The fertilizer may be natural, synthetic, organic, inorganic or chemical, or any combination of these. Nutrients required by plants are classified as major (or primary), minor (or secondary), and micro-nutrients
(or trace elements), based upon the relative
amount required and not by importance. If
anyone of these elements is lacking, the plant cannot grow and produce as it should.
|Appears in Collections:||General Home Garden Series, 1973 - 1987|
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