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 Can plants grow with other liquids instead of water?

Answer yes they can we did a science experiment and we found that beer, salt water and caprisun also grow plants other than water
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Can plants grow in other liquids besides water?

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Can plants survive on other liquids besides water?

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What do plants grow better in other than water?

I heard that Mountain dew, Juice (like apple/orange juice), and Salt/sugar water.. I don't know of anything else though. Sorry!
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