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 How does water help plants grow?

Answer The plant uses the water and converts it to food. the process is called photosynthesis. plant growth requires water, soil, oxygen, and sunlight.N.B. The process of using water is not called photosy... Read More »
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Does salt water or vinegar water help plants grow?

On One Hand: Herbicidal QualitiesBoth salt and vinegar work as herbicides, meaning that they kill plants. Undiluted vinegar can be poured directly on plants to kill them. Salt added to water will s... Read More »
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Does salt water help plants grow?

Answer: There are many folk-cures and hear-say remedies for growing plants, many if not most will end in weakening if not killing the plant, the best recourse is to know the plant, know what type ... Read More »
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Does water mixed with sugar really help plants grow?

Sugar WaterThe short answer is yes, sugar does help plants grow. However, excessive amounts of sucrose can be harmful to a plant. For plants growing hydroponically or in a selective medium such as ... Read More »
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Can seltzer water help plants grow?

Seltzer water can help plants grow faster than tap water. This is because carbonated water contains macronutrients that plants need--such as oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, sulfur and sodium. When plants... Read More »
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