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From our understanding of plant nutrition has come the widespread application of fertilizersto field crops, where particular nutrientsare known to be in comparatively short supply or where fertilizer application can enhance crop yield or quality. It has also led to the development of hydroponics, where plantsare grown in aqueous media containing dissolved mineral salts. There are two particularly important concepts that have governed the use of fertilizersand hydroponics: (1) Sprengel’s Law of the Minimum states that the growth of a plant is limited bythe supply of whichever element is least available in relation to the plant’s demand for it.
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