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.
yes it can i had asciencefair project and all i know diet soda can grow plants
No soda can not grow plants.
water is best for plants. Soda has chemicals that will harm or kill the plant
Yes, soda is good! Plants can grow with it.
does plants grow with soda
yeah we did an expeirement in class but not creamy pop.
yes, the ingredients in soda has a affect on plants, it will make them grow faster and fuller.
plants grow best with diet soda because the suger from regular soda can make plants die. but since diet soda has less sugar it usually will not kill the plant. Plants grown with soda grow mold or asfult root beer does not go well with pepper plants
If you notice that some soda grow faster than water in plants. Some sugar in soda kill the plants. So there is your answer, some sugar in soda kill plants.
No, soda hurts human organs and will kill plants.
yes it can
it will die because, all of the sugar is soaked to the plants roots and ONLY certain types of plants can absorb soda which will help it grow. However some plants cant absorb soda because it will die.
No,i have tried this myself and it was horrible it grew about 2 inches compared to my other plants i recommend using water to help your plants grow xD good luck
No because Soda will kill the plant
the soda that can help a plant grow is Sprite because it actually has more water than any other soda.
Yes,baking soda does help to grow a plant.It helps to grow a plant because the baking soda has some chemical that fertilizes. :D
i think soda because it has more sodiam so it will grow faster
im guessing no
no but bannana peels help plants grow
It COULD, if the soil is too acidic. The problem is that too much baking soda could also cause a buildup of mineral salts.
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