Why is sugar water bad for plants?

Answer plants produce their own sugar, so they do not need the extra sugar

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Which is better for plants-plain water sugar water or salt water?

Answer: There are many folk-cures and hear-say remedies for growing plants, many if not most will end in weakening if not killing the plant, the best recourse is to know the plant, know what type o... Read More »

Do plants grow faster in fresh water or sugar water?

Sugar water can temporarily increase plant growth, but it is not recommended. Sugar water will ultimately pull water from the roots of a plant, making it vulnerable for bacteria to infiltrate the s... Read More »

Do plants grow better in saltwater, sugar water or tap water?

Tap water is the best answer. Depending on the dilution, salt water can cause a physiological drought within the plant. Sugar water can benefit a plant as an energy source, however, too much will e... Read More »

Do plants grow better in sugar water?

Plants do not grow better in sugar water. If a plant has wilted or hasn't been watered in awhile, you can add sugar water to give it a boost until it returns to normal.References:Growing Edge: Suga... Read More »