Explain how much acid rain raids plants.

1. Flushing calcium, sodium, and other nutrients from the soil.
2. Weakening trees and increasing their susceptibility to diseases, insects, droughts, fungi and mosses that thrive in an acidic environment.
3. Slowing down the growth of cultivated plants such as tomatoes, soybeans, beans, tobacco, spinach, carrots, broccoli and cotton.
4. Acid runoff can destroy many life forms in lakes and rivers.

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