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Does a plant grow faster if you water it with regular water or with vitamin water?
Answer . Yes regular water can be used for your gardens. However if you are in a State that gets lots of rain back off of the watering. If it's very dry during summer month…s then the best time to water your plants (with a hose) is during the early part of the evening when the sun is off the plants. This prevents spotting of the leaves on bushes or plants of any nature.
I did an experiment with Dwarf sunflowers using tap water, rain water, distilled water, vinegar water, salt water, and sugar water. In this experiment the only 3 waters that d…id not grow the plants were vinegar, salt, ans sugar waters. I'm not certain these results will be correct every time but it is possible that plants grow better with regular water instead of sugar.
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 kno…w the plant, know what type of soil it likes, and what kind of nutrients it requires, (well balanced nutrient filled diet) the simple course of action would be: Plain water, Air, Sunlight [full/partial/defused] and a mild form of fertilizer, keeping in mind not to over water or under water. technically hypothetically basically, i think that the vitamin substance 2.3gl in mountain dew affects how plants grow. However, vitamin water substance 54.4yw affects the plant more. Therefore, the plant with vitamin water with substance 54.4yw grows better.
No. If you water a plant with vitamin water the soil starts molding, the seeds do not sprout and it smells really bad! I've tried this myself at home that's how I know! yes …plants will grow no plant will not grow
The plant roots absorb the nutrients in the water and when is is absorbed the nutrients help the plant to grow.
yes Well, my dirt got moldy when I used vitamin water and it smells bad.
yes, there is no certain chemicals added to the water.
Carbonated water contains macronutrients essential to plant growth. Those macronutrients are: carbon, oxygen, phosphorous, potassium. Given proper nutrients, plants should gro…w at a faster rate than those who do not acquire as much of the nutrients. See related link:
No, but it will keep the plant healthier. Over time, mineral and salt buildup in soil can burn plants. Filtered water will not have significant amounts of these minerals…, so use it to water. Don't use spring water, though.
tap because i tried it out and it got all moldy and smelly with vitamin water.
Plants having water have turgid cells. Turgidity helps in cell division as well as cell elongation. Hence these plants grow faster than water scare plants.
I'm guessing regular water, considering it is a sunflower. But don't judge on what I say, look it up on different gardening websites and books - You'll find the answer somewhe…re!
Regular Water makes it grow faster!
That depends on what's in the "gray" water. Soap and alkaline components will stunt or kill plants, but many organic components would be OK. If you're looking at food plants, …then you'll want to avoid human or animal waste.
No difference between the two.