FC: Zach's Gladiolus
1: VVVVVVVVVVVV | How does artificial and natural light affect the growth of a gladiola plant? | My hypothesis is that the eighth grade class’s plants will grow better than the seventh grades will. I think this because the pants in our room get constant light, and the seventh grades don’t.
2: What are the variables that will remain constant during this experiment? They are water which is mixed with nutrients. Soil also has nutrients and is the key ingredient. Heat in the rooms is the same. Type of container it is a styrophome cup. Plant, depth in the soil is about four cm. Length of experiment will be the rest of March and half of April. The temperature of the plant is also important so that is does not get cold, and it is the same in both rooms. We will take a photo once a week and water and measure twice a week.
3: My plant on day 9 of the experiment has not grown yet.
4: My plant from day 22 has grown a lot science the last time we took pictures
5: This is my first graph of the average of the plants of the 8th grade and of the 7th grade | Green Is zach The red is 8th grade The red is &th grade
6: A Smile As Sweet As Spring | I also Grew an extra plant in my class this is it on day 9
7: Green Zach Green 8th grade red 7th Grade | This is another form of my graph
8: This is my plant on day 30 it has grew up to 60 cm in the last few weeks.
9: My extra plant day 22 is grown up to 50cm
10: This another graph of my experiment. green Zach purple is 7th Grade blue is 8th grade
11: this is my extra plant on day 30 it has grew over 60cm
12: We water our plants twice a week and we gave them 30 ml of water a day
13: The end | It's a beautiful day, don't let it get away.
14: "Blossom by blossom the spring begins"
15: It's a beautiful day, don't let it get away.
17: A Smile As Sweet As Spring
18: Nothing Is So Beautiful As Spring