humans need soil to grow trees to get oxygen and where would we be without oxygen and soil helps plants grow and not all plants need soil air plants do not need soil.
What plants need from soil is nutrients like what is found in fertilizer.
The soil has nutrition that plants need.
Plants do not need soil. Plants in nature grow in the environment so grow in soil. When cultivated commercially they can be grown in other mediums including moisture only. plants need soil because it has the nutrients!
Plants grow from what they need is the sun, soil, water, and the nutrients in the soil.
Yes need soil.
the soil helps plants receive the minerals and nutrients they need to grow.
The roots of the plants help prevent soil erosion.
Plants obviously need soil to grow and animals doesn't need soil, they need food and water
Plants do not need compost, compost is a soil conditioner and will improve the soil structure and the plants will benefit and grow better.
Plants observe water from soil and grow and animals need soil for their shelter and & for food.
Plants need soil to grow otherwise they couldn't absorb the water and they would die.
if its a plant it needs soil or dirt
Because in soil, plants grow and we eat those plants.
so they can get the minerals from the soil that they need to grow
No they need water, light and minerals. Some plants don't need soil: Ex: clavel del aire.
because all the people need it and in it grow the plants
Plants obtain the minerals they need from ,the soil.
Marine plants do not need soil. Lichens can grow on rocks where there is no soil. However, they are slow-growing. Most land-based plants do need soil, however. Plants which normally grow in soil can be successfully grown hydroponically (in water only). This is achieved by providing nutrients (fertilizers) and air to the water which meet the nutritional needs of plants being grown.