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5 September, 06:34

imagine some radish plants are planted too close. they are well - fed and well - watered. why might they be growing to be tall and spindly?

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  1. 5 September, 06:46
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    Due to plantation of some radish plants too closely, they compete with each other for nutrients and water. So, they grow long and thin.

    Explanation:

    Radishes grows tall and spindly due to hot weather, unfit soil, and conflict with other plants. More nitrogen in the soil may also cause radishes to grow long and thin.

    Radishes sometimes grow "out of the ground" because either the soil is compacted or the seeds were planted too shallow.

    Radishes, like carrots, prefer to grow in loose, sandy soil. This means that the soil should be smooth, with no rocks, roots, or dirt clumps.

    Due to competition with other plants (including nearby radishes!) When there are too many plants in one area, they will compete with one another for nutrients and water.

    In addition, when radishes are planted too close together, the roots physically have nowhere to go. Since they cannot grow wider, they instead grow longer, going deeper into the soil in search of nutrients and water.
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