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 Why do plants need a liquid to grow?

Answer Plants absorb nutrients etc through the process of Osmosis. This process can only work when these elements are dissolved in water as it depends on the soil moisture content being higher than the m... Read More »
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Which liquid helps more plants to grow?

for a science fair project we tested this and found that earl grey tea works the best.
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Is water the best liquid to grow plants with?

of course it is! you realy have to be careful on what soil you use and where you place the plant,and of course it all depends on how much you water it and how big the pot is. yes
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Do plants need sun to grow?

Plants do need sunlight to grow. Sunlight is an essential ingredient for the process of photosynthesis, in which plants convert carbon dioxide and water into sugars and nutrients for growth. Sun la... Read More »
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Do all plants need seeds to grow?

Seeds are just one means of growing a new plant, for there are times, when a flowering plants can reproduce without seeds. Sometimes a plant will reproduce from underground runners, which will brea... Read More »
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