By: Shain and Megan

Molybdenum helps enzymes covert nitrates into amino acids and level nitrogen content in plants.

Molybdenum is not found freely in nature, but in several oxidation states in minerals.

Pale green color leaves, stunted growth, and red veins in young plants are signs that the plant is lacking Molybdenum nutrients.

A fertilizer for Molybdenum is, Sodium Molybdate.

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