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 What four elements do plants need to grow?

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

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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 »
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Elements Affecting the Growth of Bean Plants?

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Is it true that music/or talking to plants makes plants grow?

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