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Can radishes grow in gravel water or chlorine?
yes they can
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No. The chlorine kills anything trying to grow in the waterincluding any plants. Of the chlorine should evaporate or if onlyin a small dose then some plants may survive.
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You can grow Radishes in sugar water, i might try growing the in different kinds of seltzer... You can also use liquid fertilizer... THIS PROJECT IS DUE IN 2 MONTHS! Please re…spond!. -SciencefairHELP!â¥
Radishes are a great plant to grow, for they germinate real quick. It is common to mix a few % of radish seeds with carrot or parsnip seeds (much slower growing) so as to have… an indication of where the rows of plants are. this aids weeding. Radishes come in a fair variety of shapes these days. Another trick with thse small seeds is to mix them with sand, as then they are planted less densely than they otherwise would.
You don't grow plants in sugar water. Ever. the solute concentration of the water makes it difficult for the plants, especially a crop plant such as the radish, to adjust i…ts internal water potential to a low enough pressure to bring in water through the roots.
room temperature is the best, hot water seems to kill it fast and cold water makes it grow very slowly. We did an project on it in my 7th grade science class. After three days…, the room temperature grew many centimeters. Good Luck!
Radishes will always grow best with water, however if you dilutemilk or soda with water they can be used as well. . +++ . No doubt they will, but the plant is only intereste…d in thewater. Soda is nothing more than a solution of sugar, with perhapsflavourings, and carbon-dioxide in water anyway. Don't waste yourmoney - use just water.
I grow my radishes in the fall.
They're roots like carrots.
it's a yes and a no .
If you're attempting to plant radish seeds or seed pods that have been prepared for eating, odds are the food preparation methods required by government food safety regulators… have already killed the seeds, along with most of the microorganisms that cause food-borne illnesses. Rarely a few seeds may be viable, but only because they fell through the inevitable cracks in the regulations intended to protect consumers.
You have to buy the summer salad crop pack which cost 4000 gold coins. And I think you need to be at a certain level.
They are ready for harvest 21 to 35 days after sowing the seeds. One of the best seeds are the "Cherriette Hybrid". They mature in about 21 days and provide a very pretty, …round, radish that tastes great. .