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Where do plants get their food from? Remember they are autotrophic, plants make their own food through the process of photosynthesis. In order to make all of the macromolecules, the plant needs to obtain some other elements from the soil. For example, Nitrogen is needed to make protein. As you know Nitrogen is needed to make protein, so without this element the plant will have stunted growth.

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