The Key to Solve Our Problem in Water Consumption
The Effect of Rice Water on Mongo Plant
Egalla, Joshua Alfonso C.
Gamil, Gil Gerald C.
Gaña, Gian Robert G.
Feliciano, Stephanie F.
Solomon, Julia Louise V.
Montiague, Eurika Yzabel L.
August 15, 2013
Ms. Katryna Abdon
_______________________ _______________________ Date Submitted Submitted To 1. Title Page
3. Chapter 1- Introduction
3.1 Background of the Study
3.2 Statement of the Problem
3.3 Formulation of the Hypothesis
3.4 Significance of the Study
3.5 Scope and Limitations
3.6 Definition of Terms
4. Chapter 2- Review of Related Literature
5. Chapter 3- Methodology
5.3 Flow Chart
6. Chapter 4- Results and Discussion
7. Chapter 5- Conclusion and Recommendations
This experiment intends to help the farmers, researchers, biologist and hobbyist. If proven effective, they can use this to grow more mongo plants faster and healthier with the help of rice wash. Also, it can benefit our economy about water consumption. Before the investigators did anything in the experiment, they studied what are the variables first. The constant variables are the amount of soil, type of soil, size of plastic cups, type of plant, and area. The independent variable is the rice wash which is used as an alternative for ordinary water. The dependant variables are height of the plants, color of the leaves, and the length of the leaves. The investigators used four plastic cups in each group and labelled it. Group A will be the control set- up while group B will be the experiment set-up. Both groups were given ½ cup of soil, 2 mongo seeds and 15 ml. of solution (Group A’s solution is water and group B’s solution is rice water). Each group were watered, by their destined solution, five days. After five days, the investigators tabulated the results and collected the data in group A and group B. The investigators compared it afterwards. The results were that the effect of the rice wash in the growth of the mongo plant is bad because some of the mongo plant didn’t grow and some grows slow. Therefore, it is shown that the rice wash has no significant effect in the growth of mongo the plant.
Chapter One- Introduction
Background of the Study
The investigators chose to use rice wash because they believe rice wash can give benefits to the plants. It doesn’t undergo chemical process that is why rice wash give minerals. Instead of throwing the rice wash, people can use it to water the plants to reduce water consumption. Statement of the Problem
This investigation intends to determine the answers to the following questions: What is the effect of the rice wash in the growth of the mongo plant? * What is the effect of the rice wash in the height of the mongo plant? * What is the effect of the rice wash in the color of the leaves of the mongo plant? * What is the effect of the rice wash in the length of the leaves of the mongo plant? Formulation of the Hypothesis
There is a significant relationship between the growth of plants and the use of rice wash. Significance of the Study
This experiment intends to help the farmers, researchers, and hobbyist. If proven effective, they can use this to grow more mongo plants faster and healthier with the help of rice wash. Scope and Limitations
The investigators used eight plastic cups as a container of the plants. They separate the eight plastic cups into two groups, group A and group B. There are four plastic cups in each group. The investigators put two seeds in each cup. They used fifteen millimetres of water for watering the group A, and another fifteen millimetres of rice wash for watering the group B. The investigators placed their experiment at the fourth of Dana Lee Hall building and they observed it for five...
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