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Do plants grow at different rates when given different plant foods?

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Plants grow at different rates when given different food. All plants require nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium to thrive, and some plants require further nutrients or soil qualities. Plant foods often include other elements or ingredients tailored for specific plant types or regions, and this variety can affect the plant's growth rate.

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