Does Sugar Affect the Growth of Beans?

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A sugar solution given to a plant can aid the plant in faster and more growth; make the plant greener and taller, because plants utilise the processes of respiration (the opposite of photosynthesis) which needs glucose, which is sugar and oxygen to grow.
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Bean plants need sun and loose soil. Bean plants love sun and warmth. Don't plant them in shady or cool areas. Plant beans only after you are positive that there is no chance of frost
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Plants, including beans, grow and move away from the force of gravity. We call what is happening "negative geotropism.
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