Hypothesis. Using milk to water plants will help them grow better. ... Proteins in
milk are rich in nitrogen but they are not in a form that plants can synthesize.
May 9, 2016 ... In addition to helping with plant growth, feeding plants with milk can also ... wipe
down the leaves with a wet cloth or spray them with water.
Potted plants generally grow bigger when watered with water rather than milk.
Milk is more ... Pinch yellowing leaves off tomato plants inhibits diseases and
makes the plant look better. Removing unnecessary leaves also helps the plant
Plants require certain chemicals and nutrients to grow and develop. Water can
provide these essentials to plants effectively and efficiently. Milk has useful ...
Does Milk or Water Make Plants Grow Faster? Will Coke, Sprite or Apple Juice
Help Plants Grow Better Than Water? Water is a source of dissolved nutrients ...
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Mar 29, 2013 ... Mythbusters assessment for school(sorry for bad quality)
Growing plants in water instead of soil is called hydroponics, and it's a ... seeds
prefer milk, iced tea, vinegar, orange juice, club soda, or plain old tap water. ...
Until now, you've probably assumed that seeds sprout better in water than in any
Sep 11, 2013 ... Can plants live and grow when “watered” with juice, soda or milk ... “Water” the
plants daily or as necessary for your climate with one of the four ...
Jan 2, 2014 ... What types of nutrients do plants need in order to survive? Why do ... Plants need
sunlight, nutrient rich soil and water to grow. Though ... Label the containers, “
Water/Control,” “Milk,” “Juice,” “Cola,” and “Sports Drink.” Fill the ...
May 13, 2009 ... So milk can be a tomato plant fertilizer: Sprinkle a quarter to a half cup of ... a
dilute mix of 1 part milk and 9 parts water prevented fungi from growing. .... think
will make a friend or neighbor a better gardener, please share it.