Will adding bleach to the water of a plant reduce fungus?and why?
Bleach affects plant growth by killing plants. They will no longer grow due to the strong effects of bleach on the growth process. Bleach also depletes nutrients in the soil.
Yes, bleach does affect plant growth. I know this because I saw it in a show.
A growth hormone is a chemical that has effects on plant growth
yes it kills it because the plant wont breath
Smoke the weed and eat the plant
no it will not cause you are a bit up tight
Bleach kills the flower or plant you pour it on because it is so strong. IT EF
Yes, it does
yes it will !!!it does not like it
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.
It kills them dead. The chemicals eat away at the plant.
Soil effects plant growth watering but mostly because the soil stays HEALTHY shut up
If a plant is left in the dark, it will wilt and eventually die.
Leaf curling, yellowing of veins and stunted plant growth.
it effects the growth of plants by killing the
i dont think the plant will die of bleach bleach. maybe from just bleach though.
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.
it really depeneds on what kind of impurites your talking about. Salt,Chlorine, and bleach may affect plant growth. but things like sugar might not affect it too much
IF you pour bleach on a plant it will kill the routes of the plant.
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.
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.
yes it effects plant growth i expiremented that and it actuallly ................. yeah you know what go do the expirement by yourself good luck f..k