well i am new here and would like to find out some things,
in my biology class we are having a "competition" to see which grou
can grow the best plants with the largest wet mass.
now these plants, one has to live in basic soil and the other will b
acidic soil.., i don't know that the the pH level of the soil yet but
have a couple plants in mind
BlueBerries (Acidic soil)
Azaleas (acidic soil)
if you can help me find out which can do better or if there are an
other plants that will do well.., i'll inform you as to the pH level o
the soil when we get it so hang tight
p.s-the plants will be grown in a greenhouse
well ok i think fruit will maybe count because if were allowed to us
blueberries, but you never know right?
well i'll try and get more info and find out the pH level of the soil
Thanks so fa
The fastest growing plant I have any experience with is tobacco, or its
flowering form, nicotiana. Petunias are also fast, and so are nasturtiums
but I think tobacco beats them. Oops, forget petunias. They grow fast but
they start off very tiny and take a long time to become even small.
Nasturtiums, on the other hand, have a large seed to start with. Can you
plant a coconut and count it, even if it doesn't sprout?
Tomatoes might equal tobacco in plant mass. Other people should have more
suggestions, particularly of vegetables, which I don't grow (except
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