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Plants that receive a continuous supply of both macro- and micronutrients flourish in gardens. However, the most important chemicals in plant nutrition are the macro elements are nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K).

  • Nitrogen (N) – the leaf maker. Nitrogen stimulates the growth of leafy vegetables, improves leaf colour in lawns and increases the size of evergreen plants.
  • Phosphorus (P) – the root maker. Phosphorus (P) stimulates early root formation. It is essential in soil used for sowing seeds and for growing young plants. Phosphorous also enables plants to resist disease and encourages winter hardiness.
  • Potassium (K) – the flower-and fruit-maker. Potassium or potash (K) improves the quality of flowers and fruit, and the flavour of fruit and vegetables. Essential for photosynthesis, potassium also makes plants more resistant to temperature extremes and drought.