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 Does cactus have roots?

Answer Yes, cactus plants have roots. Specifically, a cactus plant needs roots to take in moisture and dissolved nutrients from the soil. It is upon this underground supply of moisture and dissolved nutr... Read More »
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Christmas Cactus Cuttings: How to Grow Roots in Water?

Christmas cactus (Schlumbergera bridgesii) is a native of Brazil. Not at all like the familiar desert cactus, Christmas cactus is tropical, spineless and it blooms in trailing flowers. It requires ... Read More »
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Do wisteria roots affect other tree roots nearby?

Wisteria roots are very strong, and will interfere with anything in their path, including other roots. You can bury a piece of corrugated plastic between the wisteria and the other plant to prevent... Read More »
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What is the depth of roots of St. Augustine grass roots?

St. Augustine grass roots reach a depth anywhere between 40 to 60 centimeters or fifteen to 24 inches, depending on soil conditions, where it is growing geographically and climate conditions.Refere... Read More »
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Why are leaves modified to form spines in the cactus plant how then does the cactus plant make food?

The cactus adapted to its harsh environment by developing thick skin to slow the evaporation of water. The leaves changed in order to reduce the surface area that water could evaporate from and ove... Read More »
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