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What effect does soap in water have on plants? Is the effect the same at very low soap concentrations as compared with high concentrations?

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Soap contain oils and fats, it leaves a film on whatever it touches. When soap is applied to a plant, it can no longer breathe and eventually, the plant will die. Plants breathe through their leaves and stems, taking in oxygen and giving off carbon dioxide. The effect depend on the concentration the higher the concentration the higher the destruction of the plants. Read more on

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