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 Do plants grow better in water or coffee?

Answer On One Hand: Grown in CoffeeThe acidity of coffee is too strong for most household plants to survive. Coffee poured from your morning cup can actually kill plants. However, some plants, such as ros... Read More »
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Can i use coffee grounds fresh to help my plants grow?

Coffee grounds have some nutrient value, but it's not huge. the biggest thing is pH buffering- the grounds are acidic and this in turn helps make the soil slightly more acid.. good in many cases, ... Read More »
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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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What makes plants grow faster water or sweetened 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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Do plants grow faster in fresh water or sugar water?

Sugar water can temporarily increase plant growth, but it is not recommended. Sugar water will ultimately pull water from the roots of a plant, making it vulnerable for bacteria to infiltrate the s... Read More »
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