How does the level of nitrogen affect plant's growth?
Nitrogen actually is a big part of chlorophyll which is the chemical that gives plants their dark green color. During fall plants turn colors other than green because they lose their chlorophyll. So Nitrogen does give plants the dark green color that looks so great. However, if you get too much nitrogen in the soil, then it will start hurting the plant.
Answer: There are many folk-cures and hear-say remedies for growing plants, many if not most will end in weakening if not killing the plant, the best recourse is to know the plant, know what type of soil it likes, and what kind of nutrients it requires, (well balanced nutrient filled diet) the simple course of action would be: Plain water, Air, Sunlight [full/partial/defused] and a mild form of fertilizer, keeping in mind not to over…
The environment in which plants grow is rich with microorganisms and bacteria. Chlorinated water may disturb healthy bacterial growth and harm beneficial microorganisms. It can also prevent nutrient uptake essential to the growth of the plant, as well as alter pH level See related links for more information