There are many folk-cures and hear-say remedies for growing plants, many if not most will end in weakening if not killing the plant, the best recourse is to know the plant, know what type of soil it likes, and what kind of nutrients it requires, (well balanced nutrient filled diet) the simple course of action would be: Plain water, Air, Sunlight [full/partial/defused] and a mild form of fertilizer, keeping in mind not to over water or under water.
Caffeine is produced by some plants in order to ward off predators (it is a toxin that is harmful to a number of animals and insects). The caffeine produced by plants does not help them to grow.
There is no real benefit gained from "feeding" caffiene to plants. Years ago, people used to mulch their spent coffee grounds into the soil around plants. Since the grounds don't have much nutritional value, this isn't done too much anymore.
Actually Caffeine does help grow plants. i did the esperiment and it worked althought it is moch better if you use pure liquid caffeine, the resuts will improve and he plant will grow about double its size!
Answer C: I recently did an experiment on this, and found the opposite of the outcome described in answer B. I used NoDoz pills (200 mg of caffeine each) and ground 4 in a bag, then added to half a cup of water, and fed to grass seed. They actually grew two times SLOWER. Maybe caffeine in moderation is fine, but an overdose can harm plants?
Answer D: Answer B is a troll. Caffeine harms plant growth. I have done an experiment about it.
Coffee grounds can be used to help lower the ph of soil. This is helpful when growing acid loving plants like blueberries and azaleas. It can also be used to change the color of hydrangeas blue. It is also used by many fishermen to attract earthworms.
Rainforests, as do cocao beans.
Caffeine does help a plant grow faster. If you put coffee grinds on some of your plants, it's very healthy for them. Water also helps keep plants alive, so you would still need to do that.
No. But it doesn't not make you grow. Just caffeine isn't going to help you grow. Growth depends on genetics.
I've heard that the nitrogen and the caffeine help with plant growth. I do not know why they help though, I just know they do. :) Hope this helps!
No it can not because it has sugar and caffeine. Water might grow it back, though.
yes it does
no but bannana peels help plants grow
I can't tell you. it's a secret.plants will grow in coffee grinds as long as it is mixed with soil
Caffeine has minerals like potassium are often found alongside caffeine when it occurs in plant sources like coffee beans, and that could help the plant grow faster. But the cafffeine itself would be unlikely to have any affect on the plants rate of growth.
it brings moister and nutiratens to the plants to help it grow
it helps grow healthy plants
yes because of the water in the aloe it can help plants grow
No, but they help the plants grow.
Yes plants need oxygen to grow.
Phosphorus helps plants grow flowers.
Sun, water, and soil help plants to grow.
yes a fertilizer helps a plants grow
will plants grow in lemonade
They don't help your plants grow taller, no. But things that do are: water and sun.
Minerals help plants to grow because the plants will absorb the minerals into their roots. Certain minerals such as potassium and phosphorus will help the plants grow more leaves and increase their height.
Music has been shown to help spider plants grow quite a bit. They are known as social plants, so conversations and music have been shown to help them grow.
the reason coffee helps plants grow is because it has acid but to much could mean the plants will not grow.
These scraps are transformed into compost. Compost can add nutrients to help other plants grow.