I tested it and the plant grew at normal rate but the leaves were more wrinkly and brownerAnswer 2:Caffeine does not do anything to a plant directly. But caffeine is used by many plants as an natural insecticide which paralyzes any poor insect unlucky enough to start eating the plant. Larger mammals and primates like humans find it has a minor stimulant effect but in higher doses it acts like the intended insecticide effect, causing tremors, extreme anxiety, muscle problems, tachycardia, and sometimes death. Yup, caffeine is just a insecticide that is mildly stimulating. Kind of how they used to use strychnine as a stimulant.
Although you can use either a thin or thick layer of coffee grounds, make certain you do not cover the grass to the point that water is repelled. Watch out for gophers that might be attracted to your coffee grounds fertilizer. On the plus side, earthworms will also be drawn to your unique fertilizer.Since earthworms have the ability to eat enough in a 24-hour period to equal their body weight, your lawn will benefit.
yes it affect the growth.
I belived that givng caffeine to a plant will cause i it to have no reaction to the caffeine
It does if you put it in the plant.
their are some myth that caffeine can affect plants bad or good
It affects plant growth because the caffeine kills the cells of the plants,and then it dies. NO it Doesn't! It Gets Mutilated lol
Plants love Sprite! It tastes good and that added caffeine gives their growth spurt an added kick.
Many student projects water plants with coffee or soda pop containing caffeine to see if caffeine reduces plant growth. The problem with those experiments is that both coffee and soda pop contain a lot of other ingredients which may also affect plant growth.
yes the potassium speeds up plant growth causing it to grow faster and the caffeine kill bugs feeding on the plant. no the caffeine uses up all the calcium and absorbing it causing the plant to grow slower.
why does cafine prevent muscule growth?
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.
es, it does affect plant growth.
It increase plant growth.
It encourage stunded growth in plant
milk contains calcium and that is what which might affect plant growth
how the amount of fertilzer used will affect plant growth
Yes, Vitamin D does affect plant growth. This vitamin is essential to plant growth since it is obtained from sunlight and needed for healthy growth.
Yes, bleach does affect plant growth. I know this because I saw it in a show.
It affects plant growth by the sunlight.
Yes, it does affect the plant it doesn't grow and
what can effect your plant growth is the neutrinos. If you have a lot of neutrinos your plant can grow rapidly.