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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