In conclusion, based on our experiment, plants grows best in blue light, followed by red light, then sunlight, afterwards is yellow light and the worst was green light.
The results would allow a faster and more effective way of growing plants. This can be applied in urbanized farming, where using blue light instead of sunlight would be able to speed up the process of farming. This in turn can make it more efficient. Many countries around the world with unsuitable environments for agriculture heavily rely on greenhouses, so using the correct color of light will be extremely beneficial to them as the plants will grow faster and healthier.
Suggestions for further studies
Other experiments that can be done hand in hand with this experiment would possibly be the right temperature where the plants would be the most optimal. This would allow faster growth of the plants when doing urbanized farming. Another such study can be what is the most optimal type of soil that is best suited for plants. The different concentrations of soil would affect the growth of different plants. Other studies can be the light intensity that is most suitable for plants to grow in, how humidity affects plants growth and how the duration of plant being exposed to light affect the growth of the plant. All these are factors affecting the growth of plants and when put together, along with our experiment, can help farmers to be more efficient in the growing of their crops.