I found this ScienceLine website about music
It looks, to me, like there's not much evidence
that music affects plant growth at all.
What do you think about that? Why do you think
music affects plant growth?
To do a good experiment, you need to have a lot
of data points. So it would be good to plant
about 10 pinto beans for each category, including
no music. Be sure to plant each pinto bean a
little distance away from other pinto beans, so
they're not too crowded. Do you think 2 inches
apart would be a good distance?
The growing conditions for the plants need to
be just the same for each category, except
for the music. How will you keep the plants
from hearing the music for plants in another
category? If you put the plants in places
far enough apart that they don't hear the 'wrong'
music, they will have growing conditions that are
at least slightly different - for example, the
light will be somewhat different.
I think you could certainly throw out 1 kind of
music for your experiment, so you won't have so
many different categories of music, including
Those are the suggestions I have for you. I
hope you enjoy doing your science experiment and
learn from it.
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