Why does fungus grow faster in the darkness?

Answer Fungus grows faster in the darkness because fungus thrives in darkness, poor aeration and growing conditions which can do harm to the plant. Pathogens are organisms or viruses that possibly can cau... Read More »

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Does a Plant Need Some Darkness to Grow?

Plants require specific conditions for proper growth and development, including soil with the correct nutrients, adequate water, proper temperatures and varying amounts of sunlight. Many plants con... Read More »

Will a plant grow better in sunlight or darkness?

Plants will grow better in the sunlight rather than darkness, according to University of Illinois Extension. The majority of plants only require sufficient room, light, water and air for proper gro... Read More »

House Plants That Grow in Semi-Darkness?

If you're looking for an attractive live plant to spruce up a dark corner of your home, you need to select a plant that can grow in semi-darkness. Not all plants can thrive in low-light conditions-... Read More »

How to Grow Some Fungus?

You can't see individual microbes without a microscope, but you can see groups of them. The easiest to see and grow are fungi--plant-like organisms that unlike regular plants, cannot make their own... Read More »