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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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.

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 »

Does tea affect plant growth?

Tea has an acidifying effect on the plant's soil, so the effect will vary according to the pH that an individual plant prefers. I did an experiment on it but with radish seeds and it had the best ... Read More »