Does baking soda affect plant growth?

Answer baking soda is a weak base (i think), and soil pH is a factor that influences plant growth.

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How does soda affect the growth of a plant?

Yes soda affects plant growth because the sugar in the soda may have alot of chemicals.

How does soda or sugar water affect the growth of a plant?

Most types of soda (irrespective of brand name - Sprite, Coke, Fanta, Mountain Dew etc.) contain a few common elements: carbonated water, flavouring, colouring and sugar. Of course there are a diff... Read More »

Is baking soda good for plant growth?

Answer NO! I just did a very detailed experiment with repeats. i use 2, 4, and 8 grams of baking soda/bicarbonate soda. the results show that non of the plants grew.

Does oil affect plant growth?

oil will prevent proper growth of the root system which will stop plant growth and may even kill it. It will also poison the plant. As well as contaminating the plant by adding harmful chemicals th... Read More »