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Answered 2007-06-16 18:03:16

It is possible for plants to be more adapted to living near salt water. Many beach grasses, along with mangrove trees, kind of "sweat" the salt out of their systems. the next time oyu go to the beach, rub some dune grass. does any white powder come up on your finers? this is salt. Im not sure of the actual systems the plants use to get rid of the salts, though.

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some can, some can't. depends on how salt tolerant the plant is.


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Small amounts of salt are okay for some house plants. For instance, there are salts added into fertilizers and such. Overall though, it is not so good for them in large quantity. It will kill most plants if they are exposed too often. Many plants die quickly on beach front properties. If you are in a marine environment, it would be worth your time to research what plants are salt tolerant.


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If you water a plants with salt water any moisture already in it will diffuse out and into the soil because the salt water has a high solute content and sucked all of the moisture out Most Plants humans will be associating with will be fresh water plants. Salt water plants have adaptions so that plasmolysis doesn't happen. Plasmolysis is where the cell membrane pulls away from the cell wall, This is why fresh water plants are not salt tolerant.


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if it is intolerant to salt it will quickly die. if it is salt tolerant it may survive, unless it remains submerged.


Most plants won't grow in soil has salt in it. Some plants will still grow, there are often the types of plants you see growing near the beach.


While there are some plants that can survive with a lot of salt around, such as mangrove trees, most plants are killed by too much salt and even if there was not enough to kill them, it would not benefit the plant.


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