In the tropics, fertilizers have become a staple for farmers who grow food for human consumption.
But that hasn’t always been the case.
Before the arrival of humans, the plants needed to be fertilized in order to grow.
The plants also needed to receive nutrients to grow, and the plants couldn’t be grown without fertilizer.
That means the fertilizer had to be extracted from the soil and sent to a plant nursery, which took care of the fertilizing and the other nutrients.
But as technology advanced and fertilizers became more prevalent, farmers needed more control over what they put into their crops.
Today, fertilizing can be done at home, in a greenhouse, and in other locations.
But how does fertilizer get from a plant to a farmer?
The answer lies in the plants themselves.
To find out more about fertilizers, we took a look at plants that grow in the tropical, and those that don’t.