What are some plant experiments?

Plant Project Ideas

  • Do magnetic fields affect plant growth?
  • Do different colors of light affect the direction of plant growth?
  • Do sounds (music, noise, etc.)
  • Do different colors of light affect the rate of photosynthesis?
  • What are the effects of acid rain on plant growth?
  • Do household detergents affect plant growth?

What are some testable science fair questions?

Can mealworms or other invertebrates be taught to go through a maze? How does the temperature of a tennis ball affect the height of its bounce? How does the air pressure of a soccer ball affect how far it travels when kicked? Which increases your heart rate more: walking up and down real stairs or using a stair-master?

What do plants need the most experiment?

Plants need five things in order to grow: sunlight, proper temperature, moisture, air, and nutrients. These five things are provided by the natural or artificial environments where the plants live.

How does a leaf get water experiment?

Procedure for Leaf Experiment

  1. Start by taking a walk outdoors and collecting various leaves.
  2. Snip off the bottom of each leaf stem. Then place each leaf in a glass filled about a third of the way with water.
  3. Add red food coloring to the water.
  4. Observe the leaves closely.
  5. Observe them for the next two days.

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How do you measure the health of a plant?

You can look at natural pollutants (e.g., motor oil, runoff from a busy street) or unusual substances (e.g., orange juice, baking soda ). Factors that you can measure include the rate of plant growth, leaf size, life/death of the plant, the color of the plant, and ability to flower/bear fruit.