What is the effects of salt water on seed germination?
Salt solution makes seeds rubbish and crap and not grow so they die and fail. We had planned this with our teacher and it turn out to be bullsh*t. In conclusion i suggest you use a more trusted site or go and suck lollypops, by brother waj
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Plants grow and germinate faster because plants and seeds have a natural substance called abscissic acid that is full of magnetic minerals, so when the magnet is put near a se…ed or plant it makes it grow faster. If gravity is pulling on the roots then the roots will alwasy grow the way they are being held. If it is held upside down however the it is most likely that it would grow upside down! So pretty much it will always TO the earths magnetic core.
too much salt plant no growy..
The salinity of the salt makes it difficult for any seed togerminate and also affects imbibition. It is also true that saltmay affect elongation of plant roots.
There are many effects of sugar water on seed germination. Someplants grow better while others cannot grow in sugar water.
well it might not make a difference
Microwaves would essentially cook and kill the embryo's within the seed
well as you can see that the effect of water on seed germation will produce it to grow healthful! loool 6i7saw:D chub.
the salt water would effect the mung seed wait three days See it will germinate
I remember seeing on a www.ted.com info seminar that using electricity on the germinating seed spurts the growth of the plant, also resulting in a higher yield.
Depends entirely upon the seed and how much salt.
It accelerates the germination of the seeds with a 10-50 percent sugar water to tap water concentration. Take 20 g of sugar and mix it into 200 ml of tap water, and add 50% OF… THE SOLUTION to the seeds water suply, and the other 50% is tap water. If you do more than that it will kill the seeds.
Soap basically contains alkali and plant cells in the seed are slightly acidic ( 6 pH), therefore, soap will have adverse effect on seed germination.
practical any type of levels of salt would make a difference. e.g. the higher the level of salt may have a bigger effect on plants and the lower the level of salt may have …a smaller effect on the plants. but it really depends on the type of plant... i will research the plants and get back to u :)
more chlorine = less seed germination
yes it will differ coz of the composition change in the different types of water...