Why is nitrogen important for plants?

Nitrogen is needed by all living things. It reaches the soil in rain and in dead and rotting matter. Bacteria in the soil combine nitrogen with other substances to create nutrients which plants can absorb. Of all the essential nutrients, nitrogen is required by plants in the largest quantity. It is a component of chlorophyll and therefore essential for photosynthesis.

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