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 Do plants grow better in soda or water?

Answer On One Hand: Water has Many BenefitsWater acts as a solvent for the nutrients and minerals in the soil that a plant needs to survive; without it, the roots of the plants cannot absorb the necessary... Read More »
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Do plants grow faster with water or soda?

Whether plants grow faster with water or soda depends on the type of soda used. The only soda with proven benefits has been club soda; diet soda has had mixed and inconclusive results.FunctionWater... Read More »
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Will plants grow bigger if watered with water, milk or soda?

On One Hand: Milk and Soda Will Harm PlantsSugars in soda and milk, as well as the protein in milk, make it difficult for plants to absorb water. Plants given only milk or soda will most likely deh... Read More »
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Does soda black coffee or juice make plants grow faster?

Too much sugar is not good for the roots, so coffee may be the best one. Plants will grow in coffee grinds as long as it is mixed with soil.
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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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