Question

 Will water temperature effect plant growth?

Answer hot water grows slower than cold water. Hot water can kill a plant by causing cell damage. Very cold water will do the same. cold because it more fresh
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Will_water_temperature_effect_plant_growth

Top Q&A For: Will water temperature effect plant growth

How does temperature effect plant growth?

It depends on the type of plant. There are some plants that thrive in incredibly warm temperatures, like a cactus, and some that are just the oppisite. Your question needs to be more specific.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_does_temperature_effect_plant_growth

How much salt in salt water will effect plant growth?

Answer The amount varies depending on the plant species. Some have a higher tolerance. To help determine levels for individual plants, see the Related Link below.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_much_salt_in_salt_water_will_effect_plant_growth

Does softened water or bottled water effect plant growth?

It depends on the plant and on the klimate the plant originate fromSome orkids can only survive with softened water, others cant survive without alot of calcium in the water(tap-water) - and in a ... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Does_softened_water_or_bottled_water_effect_plant_growth

How does salt water effect plant growth?

the salt dehydrates plant.if its to salty it will kill the plant.but no matter what its not good for the plant
http://answers.yahoo.com//question/index?qid=1006022010336


feedback
loading