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 Do plants grow better in salt water?

Answer On One Hand: Most Plants Die in Salt WaterGarden and potted plants will die in salt water because salt draws water out of their cells, causing them to shrivel. Also, salt soaked in through a plant'... Read More »
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Which is better for plants-plain water sugar water or salt water?

Answer: There are many folk-cures and hear-say remedies for growing plants, many if not most will end in weakening if not killing the plant, the best recourse is to know the plant, know what type o... Read More »
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Does salt water or vinegar water help plants grow?

On One Hand: Herbicidal QualitiesBoth salt and vinegar work as herbicides, meaning that they kill plants. Undiluted vinegar can be poured directly on plants to kill them. Salt added to water will s... 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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Do plants grow in salt water?

no they can l8ive in salt water becuaes A large number of plants grow as mangroves near sea shore and a good number inside the sea as kelp and several other forms. Sea water is best example of sal... Read More »
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