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Making Fertilizers

All living organisms need energy — but where does it come from?

Even plants that eat bugs still get their energy from photosynthesis. Even plants that eat bugs still get their energy from photosynthesis.

One of the main energy sources is sugars such as glucose. It is created by plants in the process of photosynthesis — a chemical reaction that allows the existence of life. During photosynthesis, plants use light and chlorophyll (a compound that makes them green) to convert water and carbon dioxide into glucose and oxygen.

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