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Agronomic chemistry, or agrochemistry, is the science of the interaction of plants, soil, and fertilizers in the process of growing crops, the cycle of substances in agriculture, and the use of fertilizers to increase yields, improve their quality, and increase soil fertility. Modern agrochemistry is a theoretical biological and chemical discipline with a direct link to the practice of agricultural production.

Agrochemistry is the science of optimizing plant nutrition, fertilizer application and soil fertility, taking into account the bioclimatic potential for high yields and product quality.