biology question #330



kristy, a 14 year old female from the Internet asks on February 6, 1998,

Q:

Which plants would be good to use in an experiment testing different types of plant foods on different types of plants?

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the answer

Barry Shell answered on February 6, 1998, A:

Try a variety of things:

  1. Bean (a legume)
  2. Corn (a grass)
  3. Carrot (a vegetable) Use a seed or a root
  4. Radish (different vegetable)
  5. Avocado (has a big seed)
  6. Radish seeds you can get at the supermarket and they grow fast. For corn use a piece of unpopped popcorn. For a bean, look in the cupboard. For an avocado, get one at the store and put the seed half in water and half out. A carrot and a potato will grow if you put a piece on a plate in water. After they start growing, try your fertilizer. Keep good notes and have fun.

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