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 What is in plant food?

Answer Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, and a little Sulfur. {N, P, K, & S}.
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Does plant food or water help a plant to grow better?

Yes plant food does help plants to blood and ALL plants, bushes and trees need watering. It's best to know about your individual plants because some plants need more water than others. I think it g... Read More »
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Why are leaves modified to form spines in the cactus plant how then does the cactus plant make food?

The cactus adapted to its harsh environment by developing thick skin to slow the evaporation of water. The leaves changed in order to reduce the surface area that water could evaporate from and ove... Read More »
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How does plant eat food?

It gets it through its roots. As the water get passed by. A plant dose not eat, as much as absorb. Fertilizer on the other hand, is mixed with moisture and in the soil gets to the roots of the plan... Read More »
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DIY Plant Food?

Plant food adds valuable nutrients to the soil. According to the University of Florida, fertilized plants boast better foliage color and stronger shoot growth over their unfertilized counterparts. ... Read More »
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