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No. In fact, repeated application of sugar solutions to the roots of a plant will make the plant very ill and can lead to fungal or insect infestations in the roots as well as actually pulling water out of the plant, causing it to wilt and die.

Diet Soda is less likely to cause such direct harm, but there is absolutely no benefit the plant would receive from it.

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