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Why do some plants die (do not produce fruits or leaves) even if they are in water?

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They may not get enough sunlight. They might not have the right type of soil. Their roots might not be deep enough. They may be drowning in all of the water; some plants can't take in all that water at once.

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I'm going to follow yoU!
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why some plants grow greeny and others why not
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If you keep them in a dark or shadowy places,they change color
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no shadow my dear they are in open place
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They also need soil and a lot of sunshine.

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both the things are present in sufficient amout ,i reaally examined it.
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Are you absolutely sure? Because all kinds of plants has a process called"Photosynthesis" and that is how they get food to survive.They need sunlight,carbon dioxide water and most importantly,Chlorophyll.
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yes,i noticed that some trees in same atmosphere grow greeny and others why cant?
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If there is nothing but water around the roots, the plant will not get air into the roots, which that part of the plant needs. Also, too much water can support bacteria or fungi that attack the plant.

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