Soybeans are a large part of the Korean diet. Soybeans become germinated in their growing process. This affects
the businesses of farmers and the health of many people. Figuring out the effect of chlorine concentration on the germination
of soybeans could help farmers and the well-being of the people in the future. The main idea of the procedure of the “Effects
of Chlorine Concentration on Soybean Germination” experiment is to add mixed chlorine and water to a growing soybean
plant and measure the percent of germination on the plant. After five days, compare the control group and the variable groups
and see what amount of chlorine produced the most amount of germination. With this experiment farmers can increase germination
on their soybean plants and people will be at a smaller risk of getting sick.