How much water can a cacti hold?
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It depends on what you used to put the water on the penny and how far your holding the tool in the air away from the penny
in botanical terms a banana is 75% water and 25% dry matter
Depends on the sponge.
Each Cactus holds alot of water the body is made out of %90. So if your using ten cacti you'll have (90x10) which is %900 water out of all of them. .
Cacti get water from rainwater that is stored in the special roots of the cacti
Whenever the soil dries out completely it is safe to water your cacti. If you water them to much then they can develop root rot which will kill them.
not much viva is proven to hold more than Scott and bounty
It is best to let your cacti soil dry out all the way before watering, this way you will not risk the cacti getting root rot. If cacti are not allowed to dry out in between ea…ch time they are watered a number of problems can occur. Stick your finger about an inch deep into the substrate and see if it is dry, if it is then water it.
yes, it stores water inside them because the desert has no water etc.....
Depends on the cacti, but not much because their bodies store the water. They're prickly because they need to protect their bodies because animals would try to break them open… to get the juiciness of the cacti.
About 10 litres
Depends on the toy. Be more specific.
The clouds are rain. all the clouds are is water vapor(thats a fancy name for microscopic water) the water is so SMALL in the clouds it is too light to fall. then when it is h…eavy enough to fall you get rain
The gallbladder doesn't hold water. It holds bile, which itreleases when needed to aid with digestion.
Window screen sifted dry clayey soil in Houston, TX that has been fully water saturated and then allowed to drip until no water will drip out of it, will be approximately 37% …water and 63% soil by weight. 1/4" screen sifted dry clayey soil in Houston, TX that has been fully water saturated and then allowed to drip until no water will drip out of it, will be approximately 31% water and 69% soil by weight. Note: There are many different types of clay soils, so if accuracy is important to you, then you should test your clay. Answer 1: It has to do with porosity; which in turn has a lot to do with particle size and the way particles pack together. In a sand, the particles are relatively large and rounded in shape. They tend to pack together with a lot of space between them, for water to run through. The larger the particles, the greater the spaces between them (think of a container of marbles). Clay, on the other hand, is composed of tiny particles that are platy, and they tend to stick together, making it difficult for water to pass between them (think of a pile of playing cards, all lying together).
Yes, you do have to water it. About once every few weeks.
Up to 200 gallons