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Do different types of water affect plant growth?
Answer 1:

Apart from water (and liquids that are based on water like, as one other student asked, coffee), there are no liquids that are not poisonous to plants (and to animals), so NO. Water can contain different amounts of various stuff, however, especially salt. Some plants are adapted to living in salt water, but most do better in fresh water and find high salt levels poisonous as well.



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