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 Why do plants grows fruits?

Answer plants grow fruits so that they can produce young ones of their kind..
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What vine grows fruits and flowers?

The passion fruit grows on a vine and has flowers. As well as Kiwi and Grapes.
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What color light best grows plants?

Red is the spectrum used for growth and blue is used for flowering
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What type of fungus grows on iris plants?

Leaf spot or Mycosphaerella macrospora is a common disease on irises, especially bearded irises. Particularly prolific in wet or humid weather, leaf spot appears on the upper half of iris leaves a... Read More »
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What is the use of plants fruits?

Even though costly to a plant to embed its seeds, carrying its own progeny, in resource costly material (take the sweet apple pulp, for instance), plant fruits help scatter the seeds over larger ar... Read More »
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