pH for Plants

Plants and the Environment
Makayla Baduske Lyla Bays

Vicki Peterson

This plant project investigated how water with different pH levels affected the growth of cornflower seeds. Our data showed that the water with the pH of 9.0 caused the most sprouts and had the highest average growth. What we did in this investigation is important for farmers who feed the community. It is also important for our local economy, because Yuma is an agricultural community. Key words: agriculture, farming, plant growth, pH

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