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 Can plants grow in soapy water?

Answer Soapy water is sometimes called grey water and plants will grow fine if it used for watering. It is better to use soapy water on outdoor plants because there is enough soil to balance out chemicals... Read More »
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How does soapy water affect plants?

Soap strips off the plants' wax coating, which dehydrates them. The plants will eventually not be able to receive water.
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Do plants grow better with lake water, tap water or distilled water?

On One Hand: Distilled WaterDistilling water occurs when water is heated until it becomes vapor and is subsequently cooled. After this distillation process, all minerals and chemicals are removed f... Read More »
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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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What plants can be grown in water For example, can I grow a plant in a cup or mug with water at my desk?

Some plants that grow especially well in water are umbrella plant, Chinese evergreen, arrowhead plant, wandering Jew, pothos, philodendron, and grape ivy. The umbrella plant, a true water plant, wi... Read More »
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