Importance of pH in Plants and Animals

PH in Plants

 plants pH ranges from 5.5 to 7.00. For home gardening it is about 6.5 and most of plants thrive in between 6.0 to 7.0.

Why is pH Important for Plants?

Because pH plays an important role in growth of plants. The more balanced pH soil, the greater results in plants growth. The pH level in the soil helps the plants to absorb the nutrients present in the soil

pH Level in Animals

In animals' pH level is between 6.5 to 8.5. it determines the value of acidity active in blood of animals. Acidity of stomach mostly ranges between 1 to 3.

Why a Balanced pH Level is Important for Animals?

If the pH of their body increases too much their most organism will die.

pH in Aquatic Plants Aquatic plants also have a direct impact of water pH in their growth because they directly absorb the sea or river water.

Hence It is proven that the level of pH always plays an important role in all living species; human beings, animals and plants also.