Summary of Findings
From the results from the experiment we can conclude that white is the most effective followed by Blue and Red ( Same Results), Purple (Red+Blue), Warm White, Green, Amber followed by dark (no light).
We can therefore conclude that different colour lights do have their effects on the rate of photosynthesis of plants and cause them to produce more or less oxygen.
Different colour lights have their own respective wavelengths that affect the plants rate of photosynthesis.
The world is getting warmer due to global warming as the amount of green house gases such as Carbon Dioxide are increasing due to human activity. Our plan is to produce a large scale cabomba water farm. We use a water plants instead of a normal plant as water plant farms do not need to land space to be built, thus making it more feasible and more cost-effective as space in the sea is cheaper due to the fact that the earth's surface area is 71% covered by water. The higher the rate of photosynthesis, the more carbon dioxide the plants take in. With that, we can reduce the effects of global warming and make a significant difference in the world. By maximising the oxygen output and carbon dioxide intake by exposing the plants to the best wavelength of light we would be able to achieve the maximum potential of the plants.
Areas for further studies
Our research was limited to the wavelength of lights we could get our hands on. We could further our research on the other different wavelengths of light that we have not tested. Along with this, after finding the best wavelength for the best results. We can then proceed to research on how to make the most energy efficient light with that certain wavelength to further make the Cabomba farm more cost effecient.