Why Plants Need Water More Than Any Other Liquids

Water is the most important liquid to plants because it is required for photosynthesis, in which sunlight converts water and carbon dioxide into sugars that are required for the ongoing health and growth of a plant.

Keywords: water, plants, photosynthesis

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Located in Jacksonville, Fla, Frank Whittemore has been a writer and content strategist for over 15 years, providing corporate communications services to Fortune 500 companies. Whittemore writes on topics that stem from his fascination with nature, the environment, science, medicine and technology.