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Do Plants Grow Faster With Salt Water/sugar Water/hot Water/ice Water?

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Basically, plants grow well in tap water. Salt water has a higher concentration of salt which means there is a water loss from the plant to the soil in the process of osmosis. Same goes to sugar water as there is a higher sugar content in the soil after pouring the sugar water for the plant. The process osmosis will further dehydrate the plant and no allow the plat to grow IN THIS CASE ONLY. Hot water and cold water is not very 'healthy' for the plant too. Therefore, the plant grows best in tap water.
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Salt water suffocates the roots so tap water would be the better option.
If possible, rain water is the best!
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Out of those options, sugar water would be the best
but the best water for growing plants is water mixed with "miracle grow"
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Sugar water will work much much better out of those but I would do rain water if possible.
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I just did a science experiment for school, and the sugar water plants grew faster than the control ones
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Tap water

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