How does inorganic fertilizer affect plant growth?
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Inorganic fertilizers tend to lower soil pH, making it more acidic. Every plant tolerates different soil pH levels, and some plants will do well in acidic soil. However, if the soil gets too acidic, plants will suffer.
Abstract. Inorganic fertilizers is associated with reduction in some soil properties and crop yields over time. Separately, cow manure and NPK 16 significantly affected the plant height, ANR and total chlorophyll but not significantly effect on number of leaves.