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 Can you kill plant roots off with boiling water?

Answer Yes, boiling water will kill a plant.
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Does boiling water really kill bacteria?

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How do I kill ants in plant roots?

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Does boiling hot room temp. cold or ice water affect plant growth?

Boiling water or super cold water can damage or kill some plants, but, aside from that, I have never of any water temperature being better or worse for plant growth.
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Do tuberous roots of a sweet potato plant absorb water&mineral salts from the soil?

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