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Plants also need sunshine, air, water as we do, and they produce the fresh air we need everyday through their photosynthesis by the water we give them every morning.
When we water the plants, the redundant water in the basin will be used to charge the water energy for plant growth lamps; the lamps will be switched off with the decrease of the weight of the basin, in which water is absorbed by the plants. When the lamps are on, the photosynthesis of the plants in the office will be rendered without the non-environmental friendly cells and waste of power.

1.The basin load after watering will power the lamps on
2.The redundant water stored in the cup is used to charge the water energy

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