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A comparison of natural and chemical pesticides
Pesticides are necessary to keep our agricultural plants safe from insect infestation. Natural pesticides are increasingly preferred, as they reduce the number of chemicals that are released into the environment. In this experiment, you will examine whether biopesticides are as effective as their chemical counterparts.
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Absorption of Pollutants in Different Soil Types.
The purpose of this experiment was to determine which polypedon (type of soil) was most absorbent of liquid pollutants. The information gained from this experiment will benefit farmers, gardeners and botanists who have soil pollution problems to better understand absorbency in different types of soil.
Difficulty: High school
Do Deicers Affect Radish Survival?
The purpose of this experiment was to determine how different deicers affect the survival of radishes. The information gained from this experiment could be used by farmers and gardeners to help select, when needed, the deicer least harmful to their plants.
Difficulty: High school
Does Organic Material Affect The Absorbency Of Water In Soil?
The purpose of this experiment was to determine how organic material affects the water absorbency of soil. The information gained from this experiment will aid gardeners by determining which organic material will benefit their plants the most.
Difficulty: Middle school
Effect of Chlorine Concentration on the Germination of Soybeans
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the minimum concentration of chlorine that would inhibit 50% of the soybean germination. I became interested in this idea when I saw on the news that a lot of countries that the information gained from this experiment could help farmers, botanists and anyone who is involved in or has a job in agriculture.
Difficulty: High school
Examine the Effect of Past use of Land on Arsenic Levels in The Soil Today
The purpose of this experiment was to compare the effects of land use during the 1940ís on the arsenic level in the soil today. I became interested in this idea when I became aware of the arsenic problem in our community. I wondered how widespread arsenic contamination was and what caused it. The information gained from this experiment would show parents and community leaders how much arsen
Difficulty: Middle school
Hydroponics vs. soil growth
This science fair project aims to compare the rate of growth of the Peperomiplant a (radiator plant) grown hydroponically as opposed to being grown in soil. This is carried out by by measuring the length of the plantís roots.
Difficulty: Middle school
Natural pesticides and ants
This science fair project was conducted to find out the effectiveness of using natural pesticides to control ants around the house. The science fair project was done using lemon juice, apple juice, tomato juice and carrot juice.
Difficulty: Middle school
Nitrate leaching by organic and inorganic fertilizers
This science fair project was conducted to compare the levels of nitrate leaching into soil when different types of fertilizers are used. The science fair project was done using soil mixed with cow manure, compost, liquid inorganic fertilizer and granule inorganic fertilizer.
Difficulty: Middle school
Sea water and its effects on Bambusa vulgaris (common bamboo)
This experiment was performed to ascertain if watering Bambusa vulgaris (common bamboo) plants with sea water will cause them to grow faster, slower or wilt. Sea water is sometimes used to put out forest fires. The result of this experiment will help us understand the long term effects of using sea water to put out tropical forest fires.
Difficulty: Elementary school
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