How different liquids effect a plants growth?

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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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Will different liquids affect the growth of plants?

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