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 Can house plants grow with sea water?

Answer No. The salt in the water causes cellular damage which kills them.
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Do plants grow better with lake water, tap water or distilled water?

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Can Plants grow faster in salt water or plain water?

Some plants need salt to grow, but not nesesarily salt water.
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