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_ How does cation exchange lead to a reduction in the amount of plant nutrients available in soil?

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How does cation exchange lead to a reduction in the amount of plant nutrients available in soil?

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_ How does cation exchange lead to a reduction in the amount of plant nutrients
available in soil? C“) Cation exchange leads to covalent bonding of nutrients on soil particles, making fl1em
unavailable to plants. C“) Cations exchange places with anions during cation exchange, which confuses roots and
turns LATE into HATS, after which the endodennis generates a caspian endothelium C“) Nutrient cations {like K+, Ca” etc} bind in place of protons released by soil particles, making the nutrients unavailable and the soil water more acidic. C) Protons replace nuiIient cations on soil particles, and the nutrients leach away.r

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