Is soil necessary for plant growth?

Answer No. Many plants can be grown in soilless environments as long as the nutritional needs are met. spagnum or peat moss can be used. Shredded paper and sawdust can also be used. Hydroponics is the sci... Read More »

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Is Soil Better for Plant Growth Than Potting Soil?

Owning your own land and home is a big part of the American dream, just as sweet a thought as homemade apple pie. Numerous states, including West Virginia, have plenty of land available. Whether yo... Read More »

Science Projects on Plant Growth in Sand, Clay, or Soil?

When you are in need of a simple yet effective science project that demonstrates the way different variables affect a living object, you are sure to come up with the perfect science project through... Read More »

Once a day i have given my soil salty water the plant died now i washed the soil and again potted in a pot but?

Why in any logic, or language, did you add salt??????This has to be a WILD and CRAZY GUY TROLLING, especially when I consider the attempt at Broken English between the question and first answer. T... Read More »

Can you reuse soil from a plant that had root rot on a new plant?

No if you want the new plant to grow. Why not? Because the previous plant used up the energy from the soil and left a sort of poop from the old water that you sprinkled on it...