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A farmer usually applies nitrate fertilizer to their crops to enhance their growth. This year, rain saturated the soil after eve

A farmer usually applies nitrate fertilizer to their crops to enhance their
growth. This year, rain saturated the soil after every fertilizer application and
the crops are not showing any enhanced growth.
Plants are not growing, because the nitrate is "disappearing". Where is it
going?
O Bacteria are using it for anaerobic respiration,
O Fungi are actively growing and using it.
O Plants are taking it up, but can't use it.
O Bacteria are using it for fermentation,

A farmer usually applies nitrate fertilizer to their crops to enhance their growth. This year, rain saturated the soil after every fertilizer application and the crops are not showing any enhanced growth. Plants are not growing, because the nitrate is "disappearing". Where is it going? O Bacteria are using it for anaerobic respiration, O Fungi are actively growing and using it. O Plants are taking it up, but can't use it. O Bacteria are using it for fermentation,

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