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Effects of Salt Water on Plant Growth

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Effects of Salt Water on Plant Growth Paige Sprauge, Leslie Hughes, Heath Sutherland, Joe Kuntz 14 April 2010 Marija Stojanovic 509
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ABSTRACT This experiment was designed to evaluate the effects of salt water on plant growth. Six corn plants were planted each in their own cup, 1½ inches in soil. Three plants represented the control group and were watered twice a week with 20mL of RO water; the other three plants represented the experimental group and were watered twice a week with 20mL of 10% salt water solution. The growth of each group was recorded twice a week in centimeters using a ruler. After
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Unformatted text preview: four weeks of observation the results of the experiment concluded that salt water did have an effect on plant growth. Overall the experimental group as a whole grew less than the control group. The experiential group actually reached a peak where they stopped growing and started to wilt and die. Based on these observations it was concluded that watering plants with salt water is detrimental to their growth. INTRODUCTION METHODS RESULTS DISCUSSION CONCLUSIONS...
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