The experiment was done using tomato plants and watering them with water and
milk. Hypothesis. Using milk to water plants will help them grow better.
Potted plants generally grow bigger when watered with water rather than milk. ...
Milk can halt the development of leaf mildew and aid in regulating soil pH, and it
Plants need water to create carbohydrates via photosynthesis to grow.
Furthermore, about 80 to 95 percent of growing tissues in plants are made up of
In fact, many plants can be grown into maturity without any soil at all. ... 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 other
liquids. ... "Keeping Track of Your Experiment," to help you to record your...
Nov 27, 2016 ... Using milk as fertilizer has been an old-time remedy in the garden for many
generations. ... In addition to helping with plant growth, feeding plants with milk
can ... wipe down the leaves with a wet cloth or spray them with water.
Water can provide these essentials to plants effectively and efficiently. Milk has
useful properties for protection but cannot help plants develop at any rate of
speed. ... which then changes the composition of the milk to a more acidic liquid,
Can plants live and grow when “watered” with juice, soda or milk instead of water
? ... “Water” the plants daily or as necessary for your climate with one of the four ...
Mar 24, 2014 ... If soft-bodied insects can't eat sugar than sugarcane would be free of ... Plants
can't tell the difference between nitrogen from milk, manure ... Milk is mostly water
and so it does very little to build soil structure. ... I hope you find Garden Myths an
educational site that helps you understand your garden be...
Jul 14, 2016 ... Those are just some of the ways that milk would help a plant grow. ... I know that
water is important to plants for many reasons, like moving the gases ... Milk will
make the vermin and bacteria in the soil grow better too. ... These ions that
contain the nitrogen can then be taken into the plant roots for growth.
I did this experiment in an 8th grade science class. Milk doesn't help plants grow.
Over the ... ways to fertilize house plants. Cold tea (no milk) and cold coffee (
diluted 1:1 with water) are excellent and non-smelly. ... It does seem like milk is
more valuable for drinking than for watering plants. When I was a kid we used to