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Posted by jessica on Saturday, October 6, 2007 at 7:36pm.

chemicsl fertilizers stimulate plant growth;but if the concentration is too high,they amy damage roots.what precautions concering chemicalfertilizersmust a gardener take?
a)apply as much as possible without damagingroots.
b)do not apply chemical fertilizers
c)give the plants only tiny amounts.
d)use only the amount recommended
e)use them only on some of his or plants

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