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Plant Experiment No.1 Gibberellic Acid and Other Chemicals on Plant Growth

By March 9, 2017Uncategorized

 In this video I will show some experiments with gibberellic acid on plant growth. There are six plants, five of which will be treated with different chemicals.

 In this video I will show some experiments with gibberellic acid on plant growth.

There are six plants, five of which will be treated with different chemicals. One plant will be a control, one plant will be treated with just gibberellic acid(GA), one with a water soluble fertilizer, one with GA and the fertilizer, one with some very dilute iron sulfate solution, and one will be given compost to grow in instead of regular soil.

The GA was sprayed once a day on the selected plants. The fertilizer and iron was given to the selected plants when ever they needed water.

Heights weights and other information about the fully grown plants.

Height (From top of tallest leaf to the soil level.)
GA 21cm
Cont. 11cm
Fert. 19cm
Fert.+GA 26cm
Fe 13cm
Compost. 13cm

Leaf length (From stalk of plant to leaf tip)
GA 15cm
Cont. 10cm
Fert. 15cm
Fert.+GA 17cm
Fe 10cm
Compost. 10cm

Leaf width (Width on widest leaf.)
GA 6cm
Cont. 4.5cm
Fert. 5cm
Fert.+GA 8cm
Fe 4cm
Compost. 4cm

Radish diameter.
GA 2.5cm
Cont. 1.5cm
Fert. 4cm
Fert.+GA 4.5cm
Fe 3cm
Compost. 2.5cm

Plant weight(with radish)
GA. 22g
Cont. 7.7g
Fert. 36g
Fert.+GA 38g
Fe 18g
Compost. 13g

Radish weight
GA 17.6g
Cont. 2.9g
Fert. 29g
Fert.+GA 23g
Fe 12.9g
Compost. 8.8g

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