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plants grow taller in the dark because plant will grow until they find light, but will eventually die.
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All plants have a "Mature" height. This is the maximum height a plant will reach under ideal growing conditions. A plant will grow tall if it is looking for light, unfor…tunately this is not desirable as the plant will eventually outgrow itself and become too weak to support itself. To make a plant grow to its maximum height, a good growing medium is essential. Different plants need different mixtures, for ex. a succulent, like a cactus, or aloe vera, need loomy soil which has a lot of sand in it. For most ornamental type plants, a good " Container Mix" is recommended. This consists of peat moss, compost, top soil, and is rich in nutrients. For outdoor plants I will dig a hole twice the size of the root ball, or the plants pot size and backfill (filling the hole until it is the size of the plant's pot) with a good container mix (you can make your own with the above-mentioned components). I will then mix the right amount (according to manufacturer's directions) Osmocote into this soil. Osmocote is a good time-release, pelletized fertilizer. Daily watering is also essential, provided it isn't raining too much where you are. If you want tall plants, then you need to buy tall plants. When buying shrubs and outdoor ornamentals, this info is on the plant's tag. DO NOT PLANT YOUR PLANTS CLOSER THAN IS RECOMMENDED ON THE TAG People often to this to "Fill in" an area. A lot of so-called professionals will do this also. After a couple of years, you will have a big mess on your hands. Be patient and plant according to the supplier's tag. Even if you plant is only 10" wide, and 12" high, it will reach its "mature" size which could be 10 feet wide x 12 feet tall in 4 -10 years depending on the plant. I would recommend you purchase a good gardener's book. Buy one that is sturdy as you will take it outside with you as I have with mine. Reader's Digest makes a good one.
Plants actually grow taller in the dark, because plants grow towards the closest light source. If there is no light source, they continue to grow and try to find light, but be…cause plants need the sun as an energy source, they will die if they don't find the light.
During the daytime, plants produce energy in the form of ATP and NADPH (light reactions)...during the night, these energy forms go to the dark reactions (Calvin Cycle) t…o fuel the production of organic molecules from CO2 collected during the day...some of these organic molecules will be stored (starch) and some will be used for plant structural growth (cellulose), and some for other organic molecules (lipids, proteins, etc).
They get sunlight and water and grow!!
Trying to grow to reach a light source
Plants need sunlight to grow so a plant can't grow even a nano-meter, so the answer is a big NO. (sorry if I sound a little mean on the NO part)
Preferibaly the one with the 5-7 green leafs and buds hanging off of them.
they fertilize the soil
When in darkness, the plant grows tall, weak, and pale. The healthier plant will be in light, and the taller one in darkness
any herbivore like a cow, sheep horse as much of the nutriment required for plan growth is passed through the animal
They don't make plants grow taller
Humans have to be able to move around, plants don't. Plants have to compete to get sunlight, humans don't.
there are different plants in the country,so some plants doesn't grow taller even you put some fertilizer on it.. but it became healthy..:)
Depends upon what type of mineral is crystallizing. For some types of minerals (aragonite in particular), their growth is mediated by photosynthetic algae. Obviously, they wou…ld grow faster when exposed to light. Otherwise, the algae die and the crystals are left to grow inorganically, which may mean not at all.