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Which source of liquid makes a plant grow faster water or vinegar?

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2008-11-08 11:15:21
2008-11-08 11:15:21

All plants need water and most will grow faster with it. There are some plants that do well with the acidity of vinegar yet too much will kill the plant. Trust in Water.

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