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 Do plants grow better in the hot or the cold?

Answer IN HOT because plants need heat to grow
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Do plants grow better in cold or hot places?

because some plants can grow in place that may be a little old and alittle hot and a little water and alot of rain it all depends in the plant .
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Do plants grow better with warm or cold water?

it depends on the climate that the plant lives in but mostly warm and humid weather is good
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Do plants grow better in cold light room or warm dark room?

Well, I'd say the cold light room because light provides some heat, while heat doesn't provide light. And most need both to live.
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Plants grow faster in hot or cold water?

A plant has to be in a climate that suits it. Most of the chemical reactions that make life possible happen best between freezing (0 celcius or 32 farenheit) and somwhere under boiling. To quote a... Read More »
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