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Re:Can Plants Utilise NO2?

NO2 is the intermediate product of the nitrogen cycle. So, if is present in
abundant amount, something is really wrong with the nitrogen cycle: either the
water is not 'matured' or there's excessive amountof waste in there.

There're commercially available capsules of these bacteria around to kickstart
the nitrogen cycle. However, I caution against its rampant use. The idea is to
acheive equilibrium between waste production and the nitrifying bacteria, as
overdosage or under dosage of these bacteria is definitely harmful.

And yes, plants make use of nitrate only.

Kenny Poh