I did this project because I wanted to do something with a natural object, so I chose to put plants, in this case daisies, near a Wi-Fi router and see how the plant would grow or die due to the exposure to Wi-Fi. My plan didn’t really change much. I only had to improvise to give them sun. During school I put them outside in the sun and water them every three days if their soil was dry. This was an interesting topic that I got invested in searching through the web for ideas. I wanted to prove that plant growth speed decrease when exposed to the radiation of the Wi-Fi router. I wanted to see the difference in height, color, or amount of leaves that has fallen of the plant stem. I was never super interested in plants so I wanted to try a topic I usually never would do. I took something I couldn’t live without and combined it with the other thing I couldn’t live without.
The daisies near the router will slow in growth while the daisies far from the router will grow fine because the plants near the router will absorb a lot of radiation from the Wi-Fi router and that might slow or stop the growth of the plant (daisies).
Plant food (not needed)
The experiment is designed to either slow quicken the growth rate of the common daisy. I measure the tallest points of each flower and marked it down.
Part A: Preparing the Daisies
1. Divide daisies in half
2. Set router up
3. Put a router in the middle of daisy group 1(With Wi-Fi)
4. Put daisy group 2 (No Wi-Fi) far from group 1
Part B: Testing the Daisies
1. Put both groups outside for 6 hours
2. Water 2-3 days or when the soil is dry
3. Retrieve plants
4. Put plants in the original spots
5. Replace router in Group 1
Part C: Collecting Data
1. Take ruler to measure tallest stem(Cm)
2. Write down measurement in data table
3. Repeat with every plant...