Why does acid affect plant growth?

Answer Some plants like acidic root median/medium; others like alkaline PH. Tomatos, for example, appreciate a PH of around 6.8, 7 being neutral, and 6.8 being acidic. Acidity helps with the absorption of... Read More »

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Does gibberellic acid promote plant growth?

The naturally occurring plant growth hormone known as gibberellic acid or GA-3 can cause a number of effects on plants. Effects such as the stimulation of germinating seeds, rapid germination of do... Read More »

Does tea affect plant growth?

Tea has an acidifying effect on the plant's soil, so the effect will vary according to the pH that an individual plant prefers. I did an experiment on it but with radish seeds and it had the best ... Read More »

Does oil affect plant growth?

oil will prevent proper growth of the root system which will stop plant growth and may even kill it. It will also poison the plant. As well as contaminating the plant by adding harmful chemicals th... Read More »

Science Project on the Effects of Acid on Plant Growth?

Measuring the effect of acid on plant growth in this small-scale experiment allows you to demonstrate the greater impact that acid rain has on plants. This cheap, simple and safe botany project mak... Read More »