Posted: May 22nd, 2023
The healthy growth of plants is inarguably limited by the factors existing in the macro-environment. Available literature reveals that one of the most fundamental factors in the external environment that affects every single aspect of plants is light (Doll, 2007). Without adequate light, a plant can neither grow nor reproduce. A multiplicity of other environmental factors, including soil composition, humidity and rainfall patterns inexorably constrains the healthy growth of plants if they become more or less than ideal (Hall & Rao, 1999). External factors are also known to be responsible for the physical distribution of plants. For instance, only plants adapted to certain amounts of acid concentrations in the soil and limited amounts of water can survive in deserts.
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