Do Plants Grow Better in Sand?

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Plants generally do not grow well in sand as it has low fertility and low water holding capacity. However, sandy soils can grow excellent plants if adequate water and fertilizer are provided.
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Sand is not generally the best type of soil for planting. The problem with sandy soil is that it is not dense enough to hold nutrients. The soil doesn't hold moisture long enough
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Sand will not grow plants better than soil ,although in some cases sand will be used under controlled conditions.
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Most plants get a good start from fertilizers. There are some good nontoxic varieties on the market. Along with plenty of water and sun, they will be successful.
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