How do plants adapt to poor soil?

Answer They love it and make soil hump. From their droppings makes the soil richer

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Why do carnivorous plants grow well in nitrogen-poor soil?

Carnivorous plants have evolved a mechanism for surviving in nitrogen-poor soils that is unlike any other plant type. They have developed this ability in order to take advantage of habitats that ma... Read More »

Why Do Carnivorous Plants Grow Well in Nitrogen Poor Soil?

You or a friend of yours probably had a Venus flytrap plant as a kid (or perhaps as an adult, too). The plant would sit, waiting for a fly to amble along into its green jaws. Aside from some water,... Read More »

How to Fix Poor Soil Drainage?

Well-drained soil is a key factor in growing healthy plants in your yard or garden. If soil is poorly drained, water from rainfall or sprinklers will collect on the soil's surface. Plant roots can ... Read More »

Do plants grow best in organic soil or fertilized soil?

On One Hand: The Benefits of Commercial FertilizersWhen we want to give a few nutrients to our plants, commercial fertilizers often come to mind. Commercial fertilizers give an instant and powerful... Read More »