Does the amount of fertilizer affect how many ears of corn are grown over time?
1. Ask a question or find a problem to solve.
I will now research the question. I will find my data on the internet.
Fertilizer tends to help grow corn ears more quickly but it is not as healthy. Water is the more healthy option.
2. Research the question
The more fertilizer you have, the more ears of corn you will have.
3. Form a hypothesis to predict the conclusion of the experiment.
The constant variable in this experiment is the amount of fertilizer is put on the corn each month. The dependent variable is the ears of corn. The dependent variable is the fertilizer applied to the ears of corn. The control is the amount of fertilizer sprayed on each field.
I will have 4 fields set up that I will plant corn ears on. One will receive 50 liters of pesticides, the second will receive 100 liters, third will receive 150 liters, and the fourth will receive water.
4. Perform an Experiment
Now I will create a bar graph to organize my data my sufficiently and put my results in the graph. I will draw my graph on computer paper.
5. Analyze Data
The field with 150 liters of pesticides grew the most corn. Field 1: 200. Field 2: 234. Field 3: 267. Field 4: 176. So, if you are looking to grow lots of corn ears; use a lot of pesticides. But, it is not the most healthiest option.