Me and Samantha are workin on it so don't bother to ask we will find out later!!(we are in the science fair YAY :)
the warmer it is the faster it grows
If it i s too hot outside it would affect the water fron going to the roots. Therefore killing the plant.
What type of bean plant?
their are some myth that caffeine can affect plants bad or good
yes it affect the growth.
it does because it does
yep. it stunts it
Germination, Growth, and Reproduction
I am growing a Lima bean plant right now and the temperature for it is about 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
it is very good
Yes, salt water does affect bean plant growth. Many think that it can make them grow better than regular water, but the water can affect the natural sodium in the bean making them taste saltier.
it really depends on how much salt is used ... but the salt actually stuns it's growth .. and if too much salt is put on the plant it will die very quick
The life cycle of a string bean plant has four stages. These stages are, seed, germination, leaf growth, and flowering.
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Light, moisture, temperature,
How vinegar affects plant growth is by being acidic, and it works in negatively against the plant growth. It damages the cells to the plants.
just like tap water
Bean Stalk or sprout
No, it is the plant that grows the bean. It is a plant, no a seed.
Microbes can help pea and bean plants by giving them important nutrients needed for healthy growth. For example, there are microbes that can add nitrogen, which is essential to plant growth.
To plant a bean you first have to take a bath in the woods then you have a bean.
the plants would turn white, in result of the chlorifyll in the leaves to "bleached". The plant would then soon wilt and die, because bleach does not have the right nutrients to sustain the life of a plant.
No bean is not seedless plant