different types of water affect plant growth
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Answers:Yes, it makes a difference. All plants of the same species need the same nutrients, water, light, etc., so with more around, they'd compete with each other for resources. A plant by itself doesn't have any competition. (This makes a good experiment, if you plant seeds at different densities [numbers of seeds] all in the same sized pots and measure growth (and how many survive) after a month.
Answers:I thought the three soil type were clay, sand, and loam. But regardless, the soil affects the growth of plants because different soil types hold different amounts of nutrition and water. Sand can't hold much of either. Clay tends to hold too much water, and the roots of the plant drown. "Regular" soil tends to have enough organic matter that it is both nutritious, and hold some water, but also drains well. Plant need water, but most can't sit in standing water, either.
Answers:Well drinks with Caffeine would affect the soil acidity and Seltzer or Soda Water would affect the alkalinity so these are things you should consider when considering what plants might like an acid or alkaline soil. Evergreens usually like soil a bit more acid .