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wildthang 01-22-2006 04:07 PM

advice for how water affects plant growth
 
I am a 4th grader doing a science fair project on what type of water affects plant growth. I am using carbonated water, distilled water, tap water and run-off water from a local creek. My hypotheses is that run-off water will make my bean seeds grow faster because it seems to have more "stuff" like micro-organisms and nutrients but I need help for a better wording and if I am thinking right. Any ideas you can send my way will help. Am I missing anything?:rolleyes:

ubergretta 01-23-2006 05:00 PM

ur
 
Ur Not Msing Nething!!!ur Projects Awesome!!!

satfire311 01-23-2006 05:12 PM

UH...Well
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by wildthang
I am a 4th grader doing a science fair project on what type of water affects plant growth. I am using carbonated water, distilled water, tap water and run-off water from a local creek. My hypotheses is that run-off water will make my bean seeds grow faster because it seems to have more "stuff" like micro-organisms and nutrients but I need help for a better wording and if I am thinking right. Any ideas you can send my way will help. Am I missing anything?:rolleyes:

Your main idea is pretty good, and I see what you mean, but your hypothesis need work. Try this...(Make sure to eleborate on your hypothesis)

"What water will help bean seeds grow the most?"
I believe that run-off water will make the bean seeds grow the most because of the many minerals that are found in it, not to mention the many nutrients.

pluto929 01-23-2006 05:23 PM

Reply
 
Your project's great, except for one thing, like Sat said, you can't jsut say there is alot of stuff in it, say that i think run-off water is the most preferable for plant growth because run-off water is recyled throught he Earth's atmosphere in the hygrologic cycle and obtained many minerals and micro-organisms that will help plants grow. Run-off water had been helping plants on Earth grow for millions of years while the other waters only existed after human came along, so why doubt the benefits of run-off water that is in its natural habitat instead of being renovated by human activities.

(Yes you can copy, exactly what i just wrote for the hypothesis)

smiley386 11-03-2008 08:38 PM

Make It Rain
 
I'm doing a science project about rain forming.... What can be a good prediction? Please help my project is due in Nov 24,08 please asap...:(


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