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 Where Does Hydrogen Come From for the Plant?

Answer Organic compounds like amino acids, sugars and nucleic acids all contain hydrogen atoms. The plant derives the carbons, hydrogens and oxygens necessary to make these molecules from reactions that t... Read More »
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How to Dilute Hydrogen Peroxide to Kill Plant Gnats?

The gnats that you see flying around your houseplant are fungus gnats. The adults roost on the plant, fly around when disturbed and lay eggs in moist soil. But it's the fungus gnat's eggs that caus... Read More »
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What is the pressure of a hydrogen storage supply tank for a hydrogen fuel cell?

Current fuel cells typically store hydrogen gas at 5,000 pounds per square inch (psi) of pressure. State-of-the-art tanks with a 10,000 psi capacity are in development. Cryogenic storage of liquid... Read More »
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If a tomato plant is infected with the mosaic virus can the seeds from that plant be used to plant new plants in following years or will the virus go with it.?

No, the seeds are sometimes affected and there is no way of telling which ones they are until too late. Some viruses can be controlled on seeds by a process of fermentation, but this doesn't appear... Read More »
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Can you plant a hot pepper plant next to tomato plant?

This is an argued point all the time. I have heard recommendations of planting marigolds between the peppers and tomatoes, and it seems to work.
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