Use Grey Water Instead of Purified Water: Water plants and gardens with grey water to conserve an important resource
Over the course of fifteen days, I performed a science experiment to determine if grey water has the same effect on plants as clean water. Before the experiment, I researched and learned that grey water is the water used to bathe and clean clothes. I hypothesized that grey water would work just as well as clean water when growing plants. For the experiment, I grew twelve radish plants using clean water and twelve radish plants using grey water. I took pictures of the plants and measured their height every third day to record my results. After fifteen days, all twenty-four radish plants successfully grew, no matter what type of water was used. Therefore, in order to conserve an important resource, I encourage you to sign this petition to use grey water on your household plants and gardens as opposed to clean water. Using grey water is much more effective and a GREENER way to live!