FC: Bayle Rhodes's Epic Gladiola
2: I planned on, or was hoping my plant would sprout quickly. Although, by day 9 my plant was not quite visible. | My Hypothesis was that I thought the plants in the sun light would grow faster, and more of them will sprout than the ones in the artificial light from the building.
3: growth of gladiolus
4: The one variable that I changed in the experiment was the light. | The variables that stayed the same were the amount and type of water. Others are the type of container, how much and the type of soil. We will water and fertilize the plants the same day. Also we will have the same depth of soil, and use the same plant. The temperature will be the same in both class rooms.
5: We watered the plants 3 times a week at the most,30mL each time. Sometimes we did 25mL.
6: By day 22 my plant started to make progress and got pretty good size. I thought it would sprout quicker though. My hypothesis was incorrect.
7: I thought this was an accurate pie chart on the hight measurement of the gladiolus
8: On day 30 my plant got pretty big, I was happy with my results.
9: the plants in our room grew taller with the artificial light from the building, and seventh grade's plants grew stronger and sprouted earlier than ours. They used sunlight and artificial light.