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The Phosphorus Cycle By: Breauna Sosa
Hey guys! Welcome to my farm. Today, I'm gonna give you a tour and show you how things work.
This is where some our plants grow. Fun fact: did you know that plants absorb phosphorus from the soil?
We learned that in APES!!
The one thing that upsets me about my farm is that the runoff from my animals and fertilizers are ruining this cycle. Hopefully, you future generations can find a way to fix this!!
Animals then eat those plants absorbing the phosphates making them a part of the phosphorous cycle as well!!!
It's very sad to see one of our animals go but it is nice knowing that its decomposition is going back to the earth and helping the soil.
I have a question! How does the phosphorus get in the soil besides the dead cows?
Good question! It enters our soil through rain or weathering over a long time which cause rocks to release these phosphate ions which then is distributed to our soil
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