Yes, many of the ingredients in soda pop are bad for plants. For example, plants do not benefit from the sugars, caffeine, or salt in soda. However, the carbonation itself is great for plants. Club soda provides an excellent source of CO2 for plants, which on average can consume up to four times the amount of carbon dioxide present in the air outdoors. If using this as a tool to promote plant growth, it is good idea to rinse off the plant with cool water from time to time to ensure that salt and sugar do not stop the plants pores.
Don’t forget the phosphoric acid or food dyes. The acids are bad news, and the food dyes might stain your plant’s leaves and flowers.
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