Do bean seeds grow better in soil or water?
water for three days then rich soil should do the job
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Answer . soil
bean seeds but only for one day or in rocks
Beans grow better in soil because soil has all the moisture and nutrients. If you use sand, it could be to rocky. Clay will also not be good even though it can keep good moist…ure it does not have the nutrients like soil.
A seed would grow better in water i did a science project on it.
It depends on the plant, as some grow better in sand and some grow better in soil. However, as a general rule, most seeds one would encounter grow better in soil.
with the experiment i have done the beans grow much faster in the cotton balls.
because it has more nutrients.
Lima beans grow better in soil.
a bean does at first but then it goes and dies because it has no place to hold its roots
Sand.. Pure sand has no nutritional value for the plants, so sand and plain peat moss mixture is better--mung beans like pH of 6; although many commercial pot soil mixtures h…ave the right pH, they also have chemical fertilizers in them thus should be avoided. If you want to experiment with sand, try to place some river stones in your pot, and remember, mung beans are warm-water plants and most aren't cold tolerant. Good luck!. Source(s):
Soil, because a fertile soil nourishes the seedlings well
\n. Bean plants being terestrial grow better in soil not in water.