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 Do plants grow better in different light?

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Do plants grow better in real light or artificial light?

On One Hand: Real (Natural) Light is BetterIt provides the necessary energy for normal growth. Plants need the natural balance of red and blue light rays as an energy source, says David Trinklein a... Read More »
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What are some plants that can grow with out sun light?

All green plants require some sun (or lamps for light). There are quite a few plants that usually grow in shady conditions, such as hostas, begonias, some ferns, and some woodland bulbs. There ar... Read More »
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Do plants need light to grow?

All plants require light to grow. According to eHow, light allows plants to absorb minerals into their structures to begin the process of photosynthesis. Plants use light to produce the sugar and o... Read More »
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What light do plants grow best in?

its blue light sun light is one but blue light is better
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