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The importance of hugas-bigas for the growth of plants?


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Answered 2008-07-13 11:31:40

the importance of the hugas-bigas in the growth of plants are it helps to grow more or less,2x than the natural process `cause the hugas-bigas contain starch,some vitamins and minerals from the soil and some properties of the fertilizer being applied.

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