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Dang, look at those apples. How'd you get so juicy?
Orange you just the sweetest! It all happened like this...
It all started on the farm we were born on...
Our primary nutrients were nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.
We had 17 different boyfriends that benefited us. We call them the nutrients.
Phosphorus was important in cell division and development of new tissue.
Nitrogen was vital because it is a major component of chlorophyll, the compound by which we use sunlight energy to produce sugars from water and carbon dioxide.
Potassium was an essential plant nutrient and was required in large amounts for proper growth and reproduction.
We felt bad just using the nutrients for their benefits to make us grow and stay healthy so we were finally picked...
*whispers* gold diggers..
...and we came here! But sorry. We're not interested in you.
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