Does Sodium Effect Plant Growth?

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Yes it make them die/ stop growing
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Yes it does, it kills them and makes the leaves crispy depending on how much sodium.
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It kills plants
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I am doing a project in school and need it know how it effect, (good, or bad) animals, and plants.
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Yes we did an experiment in biology using Gatorade, Water, Fanta, and Diet Dr pepper. Gatorade grew the tallest and had the most sodium. However, it could have been something else in the drinks that caused the plants to grow taller.
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Hi, my name is Jack.I got these beans in a market and watered them with a sodium solution  - Guess what - my bean stalk is causin all sorts of air traffic controll issues! Don't DO IT MAN!!  Now my wife is on my case telling me I should have left it in a flowerpot.Any one out there with a loan of an axe to cut this thing down!!! HELP MEEEEEEE!

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