Plant Growth

cae16046 added on April 23, 2018 | Answered

Does different sprays help to grow the plant quicker and how does it. Does fertilizer help with the plant growth more than natural plant growth.

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Answered on April 23, 2018

There are plentiful plant inhibitors, and antagonizers. More so than could fit into a single years worth of lectures. Being a complicated subject, there is not one simple answer.

Fertilizer is present for a plant's growth no matter what. Whether the soil is fertile or not, a plant will be adapted to take in as much, or as little as it needs to survive. Natural plant growth does require fertilizer, but if you can mimic the exact chemical requirements of a plant, then chemical fertilizers can work just as well.

The best growth of any plant is obtained if you can mimic it's natural growth habit. Whether it be by natural means, or synthetic, if you can provide what it needs, then it will grow.

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