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The earth's cultivated crops are what keeps us alive and thriving. Fertilizer plays an important role in the production of plants, which provide food, fiber and housing, as well as a variety of other benefits. To ensure that all plants can reach their full potential, fertilizer is essential. The world's population will rise to 9 billion people by 2050. These 17 nutrients are absorbed through the soil by plants, while three of them come from water and air. This is where fertilizer comes in.

The "Big 3" primary nutrients used in commercial fertilizers are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Each of these essential nutrients play a crucial role in plant nutrition. It is vital to ensure that plants grow healthy and are able to eat nutritious food after harvest. This is because nitrogen is necessary in the formation protein. Protein makes up a large portion of all living things. Below is an illustration of corn that has nitrogen deficiencies.

The ability of a plant to store and use energy, as well as the process of photosynthesis, is the second Big 3. It is also necessary to support normal growth and development of plants. The phosphate rock is the source of phosphorus in commercial fertilizers. Here is a picture showing corn with low phosphorous. The third most important nutrient in commercial fertilizers is potassium. Potassium helps to strengthen the plants' resistance to disease and plays a significant role in improving crop yields and overall quality. Potassium protects plants from cold and dry weather, strengthening their root system and protecting them against wilting. Here is a picture showing corn with potassium deficiencies. The Big 3--nitrogen (phosphorous), and potassium--provides the foundational nutrients for today's commercial fertilizers.

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