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Ok,yes if you do water the plants with different liquids the growth of the plants will be different and will effect the plants. Acid will kill the plants, some other liquids like a sports drink will probably make the plant have an odor,it all depends on the type of seed and the liquids and how mush of the liquid you are "feeding" the plant.And some liquids have nutrients or toxic solutions
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They will. Apple juice in plants won't make the plants die fast, but soda will. Soda will make it turn yellow and die. Milk will make it grow a little but, not as much as wate…r will. water is the most common thing they would put in plants.
A loam soil that has lots of organic nutrients and good air flow will make the plant grow faster.. As with a clay type soil that stays wet, doesn't have much nutrition value …and very little air flow will tend to slow down the plant growth . that why they need the soil to make it grow they need water and soil for moister
Miracle-Gro. Miracle-Gro and other similar fertilizers are simply combinations of the various chemicals that plants need to grow, particularly those that most peoples' b…ackyards don't have enough of. To find out exactly which vitamins and minerals these are, just read the label on the bottle. The reason that these liquid fertilizer can work such 'miracles' is that they are water soluble. Plants absorb all of their nutrients together with water through their roots. If the nutrients are already dissolved in water, they can be taken up by the plants much more quickly. http://www.miraclegro.eu/uk/faqs.html Yes the type of liquid does affect the growth of plants. I have no idea why but it does. Plants are interesting organisms. They like to eat bugs and stuff. They also love to eat candy canes and if your out there Be.... your the best one. I am not going to say any names but you go to Kms., you really need to take and pay attion because I want you and other people to change!
no it does not affect the growth of plants because the liquids are actually good for the plants.
Water should never be freezing or boiling when you water plants, it could damage the roots but warm water is sometimes very effective, especially with houseplants during the w…inter. Hibiscus, for example, likes to have warm water during the winter months.
By the sugar that is in the liquid to much can hurt the plant but enough amount can actually help it
Different liquids have different contends of substances included. Acid will the plant. And a soda that is flavored will trigger the diffusion of water from the soil to plants …due to balanced amount of sugar.
Gatorade will change the color and dish detergent promotes growth.
i think it should be enhanced because of the Styrofoam
yes it can but it depends on the liquid
Yes, of course. If you expect your plant to 'do its best' and survive to its fullest extent, your soil must deliver the nutrients and other support that the plant requires as… an ideal. Otherwise, your plant may die eventually based on the survival stress it endures when planted in soil that delivers no support for its botanical requirements.
If you use sink water, bottled water, or vitamin water then sink water will work most. Sink water made my plant grow more than bottled water or vitamin water. :)
yes .because of the photosynthesis the plant will grow. i had experience it. so don't worry .because if any body know is my science fair project.
normal water... just water with no acids or chemicals... be natural