chlorine: Ricardo & Logan

Does it affect my plant?

Yes, chlorine affect plants. Chlorine affects some plants more than others, but when the concentration of chlorine gets high enough it will be toxic to just about any plant. Chlorine affects plants very much. If you don't add any water to it it will die very fast. Also when you add chlorine to plants, don't spill it on anything, because it stains.


Chlorine is quite plentiful in nature and it is mostly found in the earth's crust. It can as well be manufactured through a process known as electrolysis.


Too much chlorine results in plants having brown leaf tips, and, in more extreme cases, leaves may turn yellow and drop from the plant

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