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Zach
10/27/2005 2:01:20 PM
Choosing Plants

I'm doing a hydroponics research project for a high school class. The projects focuses on the effects of high salinity and heavy metal concentration on plants, and I wanted a plant that will be both easy to maintain in a hydroponics system (needs little support structures) and has large enough leaves to take qualitative and quantitative measurements. Each individual experiment will only go for about a month, so I need a plant that doesn't grow too big but will actually be big enough to observe. I was thinking that Lamb's ear would be a good plant to use, what do you guys think?
kevin
1/5/2006 1:11:27 PM
Re: Choosing Plants

i just finished a hydroponics project for school and i planted catnip it worked well
Chuck
1/7/2006 6:51:53 PM
Re: Choosing Plants

lettuce should do the job, something like romaine.
 
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