May 9, 2016 ... In addition to helping with plant growth, feeding plants with milk can also ... an
excellent reservoir for both watering and feeding plants with milk.
Mar 24, 2014 ... Plants can't tell the difference between nitrogen from milk, manure or ... properly
fed and properly watered plants are stress, disease and insect ...
I did this experiment in an 8th grade science class. Milk doesn't help plants grow.
Over the course of a month, watering a beanstalk with milk does create a ...
Feb 28, 2014 ... Do you know about the magic of milk and molasses in improving ... 2%, raw,
dried, skim or nonfat – is a miracle in the garden for plants, soil and ...
By Kerry Michaels. Here's a great tip for plant care. When you are finished with
your milk container, before you wash it out, fill it with water and water your plants
Using milk as a liquid food for your plants in lieu of water may seem like a good
idea because of ... Do Plants Grow Bigger If Watered With Milk, Coke or Water?
www.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/CongressMS/science fair ZULEY/index.html
Hello my name is Zuley and welcome to my science fair project website.In this
site you will find out which plant will grow faster in water,milk,or juice. I hope you
Sep 11, 2013 ... This project explores whether plants can live and grow when "watered" with juice,
soda, or milk.
Potted plants generally grow bigger when watered with water rather than milk.
Milk is more viscous than water, and the nutrients in milk do not benefit plants the
Milk diluted with water helps prevent some types of fungus from endangering
plants, as well as giving plants added nutrients. Diluted milk can be poured