If You Were Stranded on a Desert Island and Could Either Have a Ping Pong Ball Or a Plastic Bottle C

ping pong ball, at least ill be amused

1. What crops can grow well in a 500mL plastic bottle or an empty soda can as its pot?

Assuming that there is drainage and that other growing conditions are good, a few shallow-rooted crops might be able to grow well in such a small container. For instance, some types of cactus and herbs like thyme don't require a great deal of root space. Other plants would probably need more, including other kinds of cactus and other herbs (peppermint, spearmint, lemon balm, sage, rosemary, catmint, etc). The limiting factor is mostly the size and depth of the rootball of the plants.What crops can grow well in a 500mL plastic bottle or an empty soda can as its pot?

2. Are plastic bottle caps recyclable?

Anything plastic can be reheated and reshaped so bottle caps are recyclable

3. Does drinking water from a plastic bottle that was left in the car overnight cause breast cancer?

why just breast cancer? surely if the toxins are as bad as you say, it could cause cancer anywhere in the body. I have done it loads of times and thankfully I do not have cancer

4. how long does unused still in the plastic bottle film last?

As long as you have the correct type of camera I do not think film "expires". But you could always just test it with one of the rolls of film taking random and odd pictures around your house or neighborhood to see how the turn out once they are doveloped. If they are fine then the rest of the film should be too.

5. is using a plastic bottle to decrease the power of the filter ok?

yes, that would be fine i would not spend my money on a sponge filter because you need an airator in your tank for a sponge filter so that would work just fine because all it does is reduce the amount of water going in at the same time so the currents slow down and doesnt throw the fish around the tank

6. Is it safe to reuse a plastic bottle that had conditioner in ? I want to use it for a homemade body wash?

I see no issues with reusing the bottle if it is cleaned well first. I would be more worried about using homemade body wash. Where did you get the recipe?

7. Im looking for wine that you buy in a split size plastic bottle that has a plastice wine glass as the cap?

Go back to the shop or person you got this bottle from and ask them

8. How can I cool a plastic bottle without a refridgerator or ice box?

using 2 cups of salt to 1 cup of cold water , mix, place bottle in liquid and soon you will have a cold beverage

9. Is it true that if a plastic bottle has a bottle cap the recycling company won't recycle it?

I was under the understanding that you should always remove the caps and lables

10. Can you microwave a frozen plastic bottle of coke?

No, You can place it in a narrow pan of hot water. Jo Ann

11. How do I get sticker residue off of a plastic bottle?

Soak it in warm water with a little washing liquid will work

12.

bottle cap to collect water

13. How long can water (in a plastic bottle) sit out in the sun before it becomes bad, and why does it go bad?

goes bad from 2 much algi maybe

14. Is soda better in glass than a can / plastic bottle?

soda is better in glass

15. Why exactly beer in a plastic bottle is considered not so good?

I guess its the container that affects the taste of the beer... after all it's a plastic bottle

16. How to boil water in a plastic bottle?

The plastic is a terrible conductor of heat. You will probably melt a hole in it long before the water warms up. I sure would not consume that water either.

17. is smoking from a plastic bottle bad?

Smoking is bad for you so even if the plastic burns it is probably no worst than the tobacco ( or what ever else you may smoke)

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