Asked in Science, Houseplants, Botany or Plant Biology
Do bleach affect plant growth?
Yes. Bleach contains phosphates and nitrates. Even though phosphates are needed by the plants, access phosphates is not good for them. If you're gonna put bleach on the plants, don't expect them to grow. High concentrations of bleach weaken the plant tissue and cause death of the plant. ...
Does oil affect plant growth?
oil will prevent proper growth of the root system which will stop plant growth and may even kill it. It will also poison the plant. As well as contaminating the plant by adding harmful chemicals that animals and humans eat, which could harm them too. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Gardening
Does suger water affect the growth of plants?
Adding sugar to plants will affect the plant. One,it just might kill the plant. Two,it attracts bugs. So yes adding sugar to your plant will kill it. it will kill it if u a massive amount on the plant. ...
How does bleach in tap water effect the growth of bean plants?
the plants would turn white, in result of the chlorifyll in the leaves to "bleached". The plant would then soon wilt and die, because bleach does not have the right nutrients to sustain the life of a plant. ...
What causes plant growth to decrease?
Plant Growth decreases if you don't have enough nutrients. You should test your soil to make sure you have enough nutrients. Also the temperature effects the growth. If it is to cold then the plant can die. Plants wilt if they don't have enough water. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What kind of growth describes plant growth throughout the life of the the plant?
The kind of growth that describes plant growth throughout the life of the the plant is Indeterminate growth. ...