to give it the nutrients to make it grow in order to survive
dirty water can help a plant grow but it sometimes depands on what plant
Yes, water will help make the plant grow because it moistens up the soil, which makes is grow. Your plant WILL NOT grow no matter what without water.
The plant roots absorb the nutrients in the water and when is is absorbed the nutrients help the plant to grow.
A plant needs water in order to grow.
the plant will not grow as well because distilled water does not have any nutrients for the plant to help it grow!
i think that rain water will help it grow the best.
In some cases tonic water won't hurt the plant, and may help it grow. However, in some cases, it can kill the plant. Be sure to research your particular plant before you try this.
The roots soak up the groundwater and the water helps the plant grow.
the soda that can help a plant grow is Sprite because it actually has more water than any other soda.
The roots draw water from the ground, the leaves draw food from the sunlight (photosynthesis), and both these help the plant to grow.
Sun. Water. Nutrients.
The root helps the plant take in water and nutrients from the soil which allows it to grow and to live and it also anchors the plant helping it grow upright:)
Soil and water help a plant grow because when the roots take up the water from the soil,some of it's minerals have dissolved in the water giving the plant nutrients. Water also helps the plants make food using the process photosynthesis.
if a bean plant has any kind of water it will grow
iron is in the water that is given to the plants