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 How do plants in a dark place grow?

Answer Plants in the dark receive no light and the plants need the light. They grow because the production of growth hormones is stimulated by the dark/suppressed by sunlight. This is why plants in the da... Read More »
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Why do plants grow faster in dark soil?

Because dark soil contains a higher concentration of Organic Matter. Also, because dark soil is when there is a bunch of water in it. The water soaks the Soil.
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Do plants grow faster in light or dark?

Plants require light for photosynthesis, so it is impossible for plants to increase in dry biomass without any light.From a pure growth standpoint, then, plants in the dark do not grow more than pl... Read More »
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What are the names of some plants that grow in the dark?

answer is here http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/mar97/856980581.Bt.r.html
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Do plants grow better in cold light room or warm dark room?

Well, I'd say the cold light room because light provides some heat, while heat doesn't provide light. And most need both to live.
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