Asked in Science, Flower Gardening, Soil
What part of the roots get nutrients from the soil?
The root hairs get the nutrients from the soil. The nutrients then go to the center of the root. ...
Asked in Soil
Does ground soil have more nutrients than potting soil?
yes regular soil has more nutrients because of worms and how their slime helps the soil stay moisturised and grow more nutrients but potting soil gives plants more nutrients to help them grow faster. Regular soil has more nutrients and potting soil doubles the amount ...
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What is the relationship between soil and vegetation?
The soil gives nutrients to the vegetation; vegetation roots iteslf in the soil and returns nutrients ot the soil when it dies. ...
Asked in Nutrition, Botany or Plant Biology, Soil
How are nutrients added back to the soil in nature?
Nutrients are added back into the soil through natural composting. Leaves compost and mix with the soil and add nutrients back. Also, animals leaving droppings add to the nutrients as it decomposes and mixes with the soil. Think of what you would buy at a store to add nutrients to your soil at home. . . compost or manure. Same ideas. ...
How do hydroponic plants get their nutrients if they aren't grown in soil?
Hydroponic plants gather their nutrients from nutrient-enriched water as opposed to gathering their nutrients from soil. Soil itself is not essential to plant growth. ...