BC: With Love, ___________ | Gladiolus experiment by Justin Sefton
FC: Justin's Gladiolus plant experiment.
1: In this experiment i planted my Gladiolus plant in a styrofoam cup.About proximately 2"IN" deep. And watered them on average about 30ml a day.
2: My hypothesis is that the one with natural light will do better because it gets the sun rays of light. And the one with artificial light only gets light the time school starts and when it ends. Also that on the weekends it won’t get light like the natural light one would.
5: this is my first photo of gladiolus. day 9 no plant growth. I watered it 3 times before this picture.
7: Photo two of my Gladiolus plant Day 22. my plant had 30cm of plant growth.
9: This is my third photo of my gladiolus plant. Had growth of 48 and 1/2cm of plant growth.
11: This is a bad graph because it is kind of hard to tell which number it is pointing to because it has a line and a triangle pointing up. This graph is only good for stock information.
13: This is a good graph because it shows the information very good and shows the exact measurement. Also because it is very easy to read and understand the graph if you just looked at it you could tell what it was about which is the averages of my plant 7th grade class and 8th grades class.
15: This is a bad graph because it does not really show you any information. All it shows is which one is bigger and not the exact number of the averages.
16: In the end of the experiment the 7 grades was healther than are's with strong sturdy stems.
17: While ares were skinnier and tall and the stems broke very easy. So in the end my Hypothesis was right that the one with natural light would grow better.