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Frequently Asked Questions About Fertilizers
Farmers use fertilizer to replenish the nutrients drawn from the soil, which plants need to grow. When a crop goes to market, so too does the potassium, phosphorus, and nitrogen it has absorbed from the soil. When farmers fertilize, they put back into the soil the nutrients their next crop will require.
While the same nutrients in fertilizer are naturally found in soil, they are not present in a sufficient supply for today’s high-yield farming. It can take years – even decades – for soil to rebuild the necessary nutrients essential to nurture a good crop.
The rate and frequency of application depends on the nutrient analysis of the fertilizer, plant species, soil type, and other factors. For outdoor or garden plants always start with a soil test to determine the amounts of fertilizer needed. There are some general guidelines on how often to fertilize plants.
Yes, over-fertilization can burn plant leaves or stunt growth. More is rarely better when using fertilizers. Always read and follow label recommendations for fertilizer rates, dilutions, and application guidelines. If you are ever in doubt, always err on the conservative side or use less fertilizer.
First you must figure out why the plant is not doing well. Ask yourself the following questions before pulling out the fertilizer bag: “Has it been over-watered or under-watered? Is it receiving enough light or too little light? Are there signs of disease or other pests?” Fertilizer doesn’t fix all problems, and in some situations it can make the problem worse.