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 How much sunlight does a mint plant need in order to grow?

Answer Mint plants grow in full sun or in partial shading. Six or more hours of full sun exposure is best.
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Does a plant need sunlight to grow?

Plants are autotrophs, meaning they make their own food. Specifically, plants manufacture food through photosynthesis, which uses water, carbon dioxide and light to synthesize sugar. Artificial lig... Read More »
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How much sunlight does a bean plant need?

Bean plants need at least six hours of direct sunlight a day--"full sun," in gardening terms. If you plant more than one row of pole beans (tall, vining beans that climb a trellis), plant the rows ... Read More »
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How much water does a plant need to grow?

That depends on what kind of plant it is. Some plants, such as cactus, do not need much water. Other kinds of plants need more. So you would have to ask about a specific plant in order to get a spe... Read More »
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How much water does a bean plant need to grow?

According to the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service, bean plants require a fair amount of water. They need about 1 inch of water a week, or their pods will be misshapen and pods and bl... Read More »
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