How does salt have an effect on plant growth

science
Asked Jan 07, 2010
Salt impedes plant growth. As a matter of fact, it pretty much kills plants. Notice how there aren't plants growing in sea water? Please bear in mind that the exception to this is sea plants such as seaweed.
Oni_Kami
Answered Jan 07, 2010
This sucks. you need more work ok
I beg your pardon?
in fact the salt is an all natural mineral that can tend to dehydrate the plant. how would this happen? well when the plant gets water the salt will take it in and the plant will wither away from dehydration. but i love plants so when i see a plant die it makes me cry
vd
Answered Jan 20, 2010
It pretty much kills plants I think lets try and see what happens.< yaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!! <3<3<3<3 XOXO HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!!!! <3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3
mtepeyac
Answered Feb 14, 2011

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