Fertilizers are substances used to improve soil fertility and increase plant growth and productivity. They can be organic, such as compost and manure, or inorganic, such as synthetic fertilizers. Fertilizers provide essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium that are necessary for plant growth. However, excessive or improper use of fertilizers can lead to environmental problems such as water pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainable fertilizer use involves careful management of nutrient inputs, use of organic fertilizers, and optimization of fertilizer application rates to ensure that plants receive the nutrients they need without causing harm to the environment.

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