These are nutrients that plants require in smaller quantities than nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium while on the other hand; plants require these nutrients in larger quantities than the micronutrients. The following elements are categorized as secondary nutrients: magnesium, calcium and sulfur.
Magnesium (Mg) is also part of the trio of secondary nutrients in plants. Its availability dependent on the soil balance and pH of the soil.Read More
Calcium (Ca) is one of the secondary nutrients required by plants in adequate amount. It plays a key role in soil pH as well as the health of the plant.Read More
Sulphur being a major nutrient plays vital roles in plant development processes. It’s only taken up by plants in its soluble form. This is further aided by the microbial activities in the soil.Read More
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