Why Do Plants Need Water?

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Because water is used by plants to gather nutrients and essential elements from the ground.
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Plants are 90% water. Plants transform energy from sunlight into food and water is necessary for this process to take place. Water also allows minerals from the soil to be absorbed and transported throughout the plant’s body.
Plants need water for germination and for the transportation of minerals and nutrients from the soil to the plants. Water also aids in the process of photosynthesis whereby plants prepare their food and also offers habitat in form of rivers, ponds, lakes and sea.
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