I've come across articles mentioning due to the use of superphosphate fertilisers that fruits may not be such a good potassium source due to toxic forms of potassium. I've never heard of this before, but its a new idea and I'm a little confused by it.
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on September 14, 2014
at 12:53 PM
I had to google "toxic potassium" to figure what you're talking about. Just ignore that pseudo-science BS. The logic is like "possasium is used in lethal injections, we fertilize plants with potassiums, therefore plants have toxic potassium", pure nonsense.
on November 15, 2014
at 07:44 AM
Was this a Dr L Wilson article on fruit eating?