What Acid Is in Fertilizer?

Answer

Fertilizers are substances that supply plant nutrients or amend soil fertility. Sulphuric acid, is a corrosive, colourless liquid, strong acid, that is miscible with water and dissolves most metals. It melts at 10°C and is used in the manufacture of fertilizers.
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