Asked in Biology, Botany or Plant Biology, Soil
What is it called when plants grow in water rather than soil?
The growing of plants in water is hydroponics. Its not just water you need to grow hydroponic plants though, u need to mix in a nutrient solution that has all the nutrients your plants need. ...
Asked in Deserts
Why might the desert seem bare one day and green the next?
Plants need all the features to grow. In deserts, all the ungrown plants get sunlight etc. and all they need then is water. When it rains, the plants get water and they grow in just a night. ...
Asked in Flower Gardening, Herb Gardening
How do you make plants grow with water?
Plants need water to perform all of their other normal activities, including growth. If you give them water, plants will be able to absorb necessary nutrients from the soil that will enable them to do photosynthesis and to get the energy they need to grow. ...
Will plants grow faster in hot water or salt water?
No, most plants will not grow at all in salt water.
Asked in Home & Garden
How and where can you grow hydroponic and aeroponic plants?
nasa has successfully used hydroponics to grow potatoes in space. all you need is a temperature which is suitable for your plants to live and water. ...
Asked in Earth Sciences
Why does plants need air to grow?
Not all plants need air to grow. Some plants spend their entire lives underwater. Green plants need sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water. They also need a number of nutrients. If they grow underwater, they need a place where they can establish their roots without being washed away. They also need a place close enough to the surface where they can get enough sunlight. They also need water that is calm enough all the time so it will not injure them. ...