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The cotton plant needs a lot of nitrogen from germination to the time of boll formation.

Agriculture experts have instructed cotton growers to use macro and micro components in the crop in an appropriate manner.Further they add farmers should seriously follow the advice of agriculture expert to avoid the crisis in cotton and achieve higher yields per acre. Macro nutrient like nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and micro nutrient like iron, zinc, and boron must be used in a timely manner. This is because the cotton plant needs a lot of nitrogen from germination to the formation of bolls, while the plant needs the highest amount of nitrogen during flowering. Symptoms of nitrogen deficiency first appear on the lower leaves of cotton plants. As a result, the leaves begin to turn yellow and as they stop growing, the bolls begin to dry out.

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