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Science Fair: Polluted Plants

How does pollution effect plant growth?
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Carley Carley

on 15 February 2012

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Transcript of Science Fair: Polluted Plants

Polluted Plants How does water
pollution
effect plants? THE HYPOTHESIS- YES, WE THINK THAT THE POLLUTION IN THE WATER WILL EFFECT THE PLANTS. THREE PLANTS OF THE SAME KIND, GREY WATER, OIL WATER, AND POND WATER. materials
PROCEDURES
1. MAKE SURE YOU ARE EDUCATED ON YOUR EXPERIMENT
2. DIVIDE YOUR PLANTS INTO THREE GROUPS (ONE FOR GREY WATER, ONE FOR POND WATER, AND ONE FOR VEGITABEL OIL). 3. USE GREY WATER ONLY AS COLLECTED. DON'T STORE IT. 4. WEAR GLOVES DURING THE EXPERIMENT
5. MAKE DAILY OBSERVATIONS ON PLANTS. Procedure
1.First put out a paper towel.
2.Sit your three plants on the towel (this is so the liquids do not spill on your surface).
3.Pour 38 ml of pure water into plant 1.
4.Pour 38 ml of gray water into plant 2.
5.Pour 38 ml of vegetable oil into plant 3.
6.Water these every day for 5 days, and measure their growth.
Conclusion
We were trying to find out how
water pollution affects plants. The polluted
water we watered our plants with didn't affect the
way we expected it to. The plant we watered with
gray water grew the most, and the one we fed with
regular water surprisingly grew the least. We tested
vegetable oil, gray water, and pure water. Our
hypothesis was wrong, because we thought that polluted
water would affect the way they grow.
We have learned through this experiment that if you
feed a plant gray water the plant will not be affected. If
we were to try this again we would test more plants with
more types of polluted water like motor oil. We could have
done more plants to make this experiment habe more polluted
liquids making the experiment better. My group and I have
enjoyed working together for this project. Bibliography

Jeantheau,Mark.”Water Pollution Effects”.www.grinningplanet.com.165.

(2009):1:Web. 27 Jan 2012.l

<http://www.grinningplanet.com/5001/copyight.html>.

Rogers,Chris. “The Effects of Water Pollution onPlants and Animals”

Demand Media.(1999):1.Web. 27 January

http://www.ehow.com/about_5463657 effects-waterpollution-plant-animals.html.



By:Kambrin Devoti,
Grace Turnage,
Paul Hunter,and Carley
Horner

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