Why is orange juice bad for plants?

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Cuz plants no likey it.
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The 1st proton dissociation of the citric acid reacts in a 1/1 manner with the starch and iodine solution. How many moles of starch were present? That is the number of moles of citric
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The acidity of the OJ being used does not matter in this instance (that is to say, that it is diluted is no hindrance to the experiment) All that interests us is how much acid --
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