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 Do plants produce food from the sand they grow in?

Answer no,they do not
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Is it possible for plants to grow in sand?

Plants can not grow in sand alone. If you provide the necessary nutrients and water, as in Hydroponic gardening, then you can grow healthy plants in sand or gravel. But that is not 'sand alone'. L... Read More »
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What plants will grow in sand?

Examples include Chamomiles, sages, tulips, daffodils, burning bushes, bee balms (in shade), daisies, clematis (in the shade), cacti, carrots, radishes, garlic, strawberries, blueberries, hostas, p... Read More »
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Can plants grow in sand?

sand, rocks, gravel, and saw dustwhich is best for growing a plant?list them from best to worstEDIT (by user tanglewest):If you want an answer to the question, yes, plants can grow in almost anythi... Read More »
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Why do plants grow better in soil than sand?

Soil Grows Better PlantsSoil holds nutrients that plants need a lot better than sand or clay. Clay is hard, so it makes it harder for roots of plants to grow down to reach the water or nutrients un... Read More »
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