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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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Which water will help a plant grow best tap water sparkling water or purified water?

tap water will make your plants grow faster because it contains ions such as magnesium iron gases calcium carbonate and minerals.There is some purified water that will also make your plant grow onl... Read More »
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Does a plant grow faster if you water it with regular water or with vitamin water?

one thing that does help plants grow to be bigger, healthier,and stronger is vitamins from vegetables. so when you boil corn or carrots or potatoes or any type of veggie, save the water and use it ... Read More »
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Is plant growth affected if the plant is grown by hot or cold water?

Using hot water or cold water can shock the roots and damage your plant. If the temperature is extreme, it can even kill the plant. To avoid such an effect, you should use water that is room temper... Read More »
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I have given salty water to papaya plant will it die now the plant is very small?

Give the plant a good soaking watering to try to leach the salt out of the soil. Then remove the plant, wash the soil off and repot in a new pot with new soil. A very small plant may not survive ... Read More »
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