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The importance of hugas-bigas for the growth of plants?
the importance of the hugas-bigas in the growth of plants are it helps to grow more or less,2x than the natural process `cause the hugas-bigas contain starch,some vitamins and minerals from the soil and some properties of the fertilizer being applied.
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Nutrients are food therefore they need food to survive. Hi, There are three important nutrients are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassinitrogen.
Hugas-bigas is a white liquid that comes from washing the rice. It is an important fertilizer which helps in plant growth.
Plants need light to make their own food, which they use to carry out their life functions, including growth.
because the leaves create food for the plant.
what is the importance of diffusion to the growth of the plant?
you need water for photosenthesis
it depends what plant you are growing some need certain amount's of sunlight. Sunlight helps the plant to make food to ensure growth for the plant
Water is equally important for plants. It performs the following important functions in plants: 1. Water is essential for the germination of seeds and growth of plants. 2. Dur…ing the process of photosynthesis, plants synthesize carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water. Therefore, water is one of the essential components for the plant. 3. Water acts as a solvent for fertilizers and other minerals, which are taken up by the plant roots in the from of solution. Thus, water serves as the medium in which plants absorb soluble nutrients from the soil. 4. Water serves as medium for transport of chemicals to and from cells. 5. Water pressure in plant cells provides the firmness to the plants. 6. Aquatic life is possible in water only.
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It helps in germination for example sunlight
Because Humus decays rocks to make soil and soil is a food for plants, which are a food to animals, which are a food to us. So soil is a source if food directly to plants and …indirectly to animals and humans (which are mammals)
Nitrogen is important for the growth of plants.
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It imparts and provides control of biochemical Functions.
Osmosis maintains turgidity in the cells so as to make them grow
They are nitrate and magnesium.
The sun and water