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BC: Morgan's Gladiolus

FC: Morgan's Gladiolus.

1: My hypothesis was that the plants with artificial light and natural light would grow better than the ones with only artificial light. | I was wrong I said the the plants with artificial and natural light would grow better but the plants with just artificial light grew better and taller.

2: My hypothesis was wrong, I predicted that the plants with the artificial and natural sunlight would grow better. After we Studied the plants we decided that the plants with just artificial light grew taller but not as strong because they were falling over. The other plants may have not gotten as tall but there stems were stronger then the others.

3: I would probably do this experiment over again because it was fun and I enjoyed it, But their is somethings I would change like I would plant them in actual pots not styrofoam . I would also let them be outside and have light all day.

4: During my experiment the only thing that will change is the type of light.

5: With my experiment the things that will stay the same are the type of light, the amount of water, how much soil we used, the type of plant, the depth of the plant and the room temperature will stay the same.

7: This is a Bar Graph for the average amount of growth, for the 8th Grade, 7th Grade,and My Gladiolus.

8: In this picture my Gladiolus has not sprouted.

9: This is a picture of my Gladiolus on Day 9 of March

11: This is an area chart that shows the growth in % and also shows the measurements of how the Gladiolus grew.

12: This is my Gladiolus on day 15.

15: The Line Chart shows the growth of the 7th grade, the 8th grade, and my plant growth in CM. increasing by ten.

17: This is my Gladiolus growth on 22 .

19: This chart is a pie chart it shows the growth and development of my gladiolus and the 7th and 8th grade classes.

20: This is the final image of my Gladiolus taken on day 30.

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  • Title: Spring
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