Science fair projects - Effect of milk on plant growth - view this science fair ... also
cause bacteria growth and attract insects that can harm the plant and its roots.
Mar 24, 2014 ... Plants can't tell the difference between nitrogen from milk, manure or ...
Commercial fertilizer also does not build soil structure, but manure does. .... If the
sugars are killing insects – give me a reference to support your claim!
Feb 6, 2001 ... Full Question: For my science fair project, I watered 1 inch tall plants with orange,
apple, and grape juice, milk and tea. I used 1/4 c of liquid ...
Using undiluted milk can often kill plants, because the high protein, fat and
nutrient content encourages the growth of other bacteria and fungi detrimental to
May 13, 2009 ... So milk can be a tomato plant fertilizer: Sprinkle a quarter to a half cup of ... What
else does milk do for plants? ... Fungicides rarely kill fungi.
May 18, 2012 ... It does not matter if the milk you use is skim or whole because it is the protein
rather than the ...... Will kill the aphids without harming your plants.
Apr 27, 2014 ... Give them a nice cup of tea... with a glass of milk to follow! ..... may be short of air,
which will kill the plant....so...keep the soil/compost a bit drier!
Start adding a tablespoon of powdered milk to the soil around your plants early
.... notorious for contracting nasty diseases that can kill the plant or limit fruit and ...
May 24, 2009 ... Rust is primarily a European plant disease, so those of you in North ... Does milk
kill the rust once it has started to infect the plants or is it just a ...
Does the type of powdery mildew that grows on Pea Shrubs infect other ... One
more thing, I have read somewhere that said mix baking soda and milk. ...
Sulfuric acid will kill the plant, the powdery mildew, and will scar you if it gets on