Miracle Grow is simply a fertilizer. It is easy to apply as it is diluted in water. It serves to provide nutrients to your plants, encourage growth, and increase production of flowers and fruit.
Fertilizer is artificial.
fertilizer will increase the growth of agae because fertilizer helps plants grow and algae is a plant.
Store bought and natural fertilizers are both believed to assist plant growth. The type of plant depends on what type of fertilizer is best. Miracle gro is a store bought fertilizer and cow manure is a natural fertilizer.
I'd use it underneath instead of over
just paint it on your nails like regular nailpolish but apply it everyday for a week
Insufficient fertilizer in plants can cause deficiency symptoms and slow plant growth. Excess fertilizer, meanwhile, can lead to salinity problems.
The dependent variable is the growth that depends upon (or results from) the application of fertilizer. The independent variable is the fertilizer itself.
Yes,it could effect the growth of plants
An independent variable is the variable in the experiment that affects the other variable. For example, in an experiment that tests the affect of the amount of fertilizer on plant growth, the amount of fertilizer is the independent variable and the plant growth is the dependent variable. This is because the plant growth DEPENDS on the amount of fertilizer.
lack of water and fertilizer would not change the growth
sunlight, fertilizer, water
Phosphates do. They are an effective fertilizer.
it can be used by a fertilizerr
A fertilizer with organic matter and high phosphorus is best when planting the bulbs. Then after the flowers bloom, you can use a light fertilizer, but don't use a high nitrogen fertilizer because it will promote too much foliage growth and thwart the bloom growth.
The fertilizer stimulates the microbial growth which further alters the structure of soil microbial community and increases enzyme activity. Bacterial growth is particularly influenced by the type of fertilizer supplied while fungal growth only responds to the amount of fertilizer provided.
Fertilizer does help plant growth it helps the plants to get the vitamins and nutrients it needs.
Fertilizer supplies plants with nitrogen and various nutrients based on the type of fertilizer which plants need for growth. It doesn't provide electrolytes however.
works as a fertilizer
Fertilizer and plant growth hormones
Yes, water, and fertilizer.