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Old 01-01-2006, 08:27 PM
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Given your chosen topic, I think you should be experimenting with 1 plant and different types of water. What sort of water are you experimenting with? Are you varying the level of acidity of the water? The type of plant should be control variable - meaning that you shouldn't do the experiment with different types of plants.

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The soil and the minerals in it also effect the said plant's growth.
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