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Introduction to Soil Nitrogen and Demonstration of a Simple Test Procedure
Students list sources of nitrogen in the soils. They explain why nitrogen is removed from the soil and how it is used by plants. They analyze the symptoms of insufficient or excess nitrogen in the soil.
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