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How table salt affects plant growth?

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If soil has been affected by salt, seed probably not germinate. Salt can retard plant growth and cause irrigation difficulties. Chemical amendments and fertilizers cannot reverse the damage. Saline soils can only be repaired by leaching salts from
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