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 How does a plant use water?

Answer Plants take in water from the soil for numerous reasons. At a basic level water is needed in order for the plant to photosynthesise: water + c02 (+light)= O2 + glucose.Transpiration is the process ... Read More »
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Does plant food or water help a plant to grow better?

Yes plant food does help plants to blood and ALL plants, bushes and trees need watering. It's best to know about your individual plants because some plants need more water than others. I think it g... Read More »
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Does softened water or bottled water effect plant growth?

It depends on the plant and on the klimate the plant originate fromSome orkids can only survive with softened water, others cant survive without alot of calcium in the water(tap-water) - and in a ... Read More »
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Does tap water or distilled water make a lima bean plant grow taller?

On One Hand: Chemicals in Tap WaterTap water in many areas has added chemicals such as fluoride, chlorine and iodine, which can potentially harm plants. Tap water can also be "hard," having high mi... Read More »
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Does bottled water or tap water affect plant growth?

Some tap water contains iodine, which can be harmful and/or affect a plant's growth. Many brands of bottled water have numerous minerals filtered out, which can also affect plant growth. Good old r... Read More »
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