Problem:

Will vitamins affect the growth of a plant?

 Research:

Much research has been done to see if vitamins affect the growth of a plant. Many farmers use fertilizer to grow their crops so questions have rose on whether or not vitamins help plants grow. We are going to make a couple of experiments that show whether or not vitamins affect the growth of a plant.

 Hypothesis:

We think that the vitamins will help the plants growth since they help people.

 Material:

1. Four pots of the same plants

2. 2 different types of vitamins

 Procedure:

First, take all the pots and label them. Label them with letters A, B, C, and D. Pot A and B are the ones that you will not be adding any types of vitamins too. Pot C is where you will be putting the first type of vitamin so label it with Vitamin A. Pot D is where you will be putting the second type of vitamin so label it with Vitamin B. Put all four pots in an area with sufficient sunlight. Water all the plants daily. When watering samples C and D, make a mixture of the vitamin and the water and then water it. After one week, record your results.

 Record And Analyze Data:

After one week, both the plants with vitamins where in better shape. This proves that vitamins help a plants growth.

 
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