Grand Award

3rd Place

What Protects Plants From Acid Rain the Best?

Plant Sciences
Claire Zeiller

Hailey Sanders

My project is about the effects that acid rain has on vegetable plants, and how to prevent it. I chose to do this project because I really enjoy growing plants and I wanted to work with ""acid rain."" My conclusion was that a teaspoon of mycorrhizal fungi in the soil of a small plant is the best way to ensure that acid rain won't harm the leaves, stem, or roots. This project is important because acid rain is harmful to forests and other ecosystems and I want to help slow down the side effects that it has.

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