Does manure or soil grow plants faster?


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2010-10-12 21:27:58
2010-10-12 21:27:58

I think manure helps plants grow faster due to nutrients and nitrates.

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Cow manure is not soil but rotted cow manure will improve soil and so help plants grow.

The type of soil that makes plants grow faster is known as loam soil. Sandy and clay soil lack the capability of supporting proper growth of plants.

because the plants don't grow very much. Plants usually grow faster in regular soil.

The kind of soil that makes plants grow faster is known as loam soil. Sandy and clay soil do not promote proper development and growth of plants as they lack essential nutrients for the growth of plants.

Manure is spread across limestone soils to improve the physical condition of the soil. Soil provides food and water for plants to grow. If the soil is in poor condition the plants will not develop properly.

Soil does not grow like plants or animals.Soil can be increased in volume by adding organic material, compost of animal fertilizer such as manure.The soil helps the plants, flowers, grass etc. to grow by providing nutrients, minerals and moisture for the plants to feed on.

plants will grow in coffee grinds as long as it is mixed with soil

in cow manure because when decomposers come in, they make it more fertal

Soil is what helps plants grow, it also processes waste and biodegrades it. Manure, also known as poop, can help to nourish soil.

scientist Anthony J. Suero says: plants grow faster in soil because if its in water it will drown out causing the plant to die. if its in soil it will live healthy on nutrition and herbs

I think it's soil, though I heard plants grow VERY well in cow manure. Sorry if I grossed you out.

yes plants do grow better and faster if fertilizer is used instead of plain old soil from the ground.

i think mung beans grow faster in soil rather in water

Sand has no nutrients and vitamin C but soil does.

soil. that's where all the essential nutrients are located.

Because there is more nutrients in soil rather than dirt

It depends on the care and nutrients they are receiving, but if both are under similar conditions, aquaponics generally grow plants faster.

I think it depends on what plants you are talking about because some rice plants grow best in flooded land but a lot of plants will die with out soil.

Because, in soil it will get moist from the humidity and will sprout. Stella Lardines

loam because loam consist of minerals that are needed by the plants to grow healthy.

It will affect the chemical content in the soil because it helps determine which plants will grow faster. Also the types of plants that grow in an ecosystem depends if it's a fertile soil, it will nutrient and help the plants thrive. :)

Soil because it has vitamins and nutrients that help the plant to make it grow faster. plus it keeps water and sunlight better than sand.yeah

They will germinate faster in water, but will grow faster in soil.

I can't tell you. it's a secret.plants will grow in coffee grinds as long as it is mixed with soil

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