anonymous
  • anonymous
What effect does cold water have on plant growth?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Cold water stops the growth of plants due to its temperature sensitivity. It would not hardened its structures and may die.
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Thank you
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It makes it stop growing because plants need warmth but not too much when its winter or fall the leaves of the trees fall off and stop growing and you wont see any flowers when its summer or spring then it grows

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