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The sugars in molasses serve as a chelating agent. Chelation is the breaking of chemical bonds, allowing nutrients to be more available to the plant and soil microbes. By adding carbohydrates to the soil in the form of molasses, nitrogen accumulates. This occurs through the growth of azotobacter and other nitrogen fixing organisms. Azotobacter is a bacterium responsible for converting atmospheric nitrogen into a usable form for plant use. It is essential for an organic source of energy to be supplied for azotobacter to take nitrogen from the air.