What are the four elements plants need to grow?

Answer soil,water,air sunlight

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What four elements do plants need to grow?

plants need ten elements to live they are oxygen,hydrogen,carbon,nitrogen,phosphorus,potassium,calcium,magnesium,iron and sulphur to grow

What Are the Main Elements That Help Tomato Plants Grow?

Tomatoes are the most popular homegrown crop in the United States, according to the University of Missouri Extension, and with good reason---these plants are easy to care for and maintain, produce ... Read More »

What four things do a plant need to grow?

Plants don't need fertilizer, nor do they need soil. There are some plants that grow in water. Although nutrients would still need to be put through the water for the plants to absorb. there for pl... Read More »

Why do your plants grow four leafs and then fall over?

My best guess is damp off, a fungal problem with some seedlings. Find a good fungicide at your local nursery, one recommended for damp off and apply according to package directions. Don't be afra... Read More »