What are water retaining crystals used for?

Answer They are added to soil for the purpose of having them soak up and hold extra water. As the soil drys out, the water crystals slowly release their stored water, keeping the plant well watered. Used ... Read More »

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How to Add Water Retaining Crystals to Plant Containers?

This article would benefit from step-by-step photos. You can help wikiHow by adding photos to this article. Click here for instructions. Notice added on 2011-09-29.Water retaining or absorbing crys... Read More »

What plants can i start in water crystals?

I'm uncertain what you mean by water crystals--water doesn't crystallize. Many plants will root in water: Philodendron, ivy, wandering Jew, coleus, spilanthes, spider plant, pothos, and dumbcane ar... Read More »

Is Retaining Water After Sugar Intake Normal?

According to the American Council on Exercise, the human body is composed of 60 to 70 percent water. Because of this, your body will retain water as an attempt to keep your body's fluids at a healt... Read More »

How are liquid crystals used?

Liquid crystals are a state of matter somewhat like a liquid and somewhat like a crystal. The optical characteristics of liquid crystals can be quickly and accurately changed by the application of ... Read More »