The botany project
Kerrae shields
Jamarl nunley
Joshua starks

This sort of experiment teaches you what cant learn in observation. It gives you a starting for further investigation. You can also do a follow up experiments to explain what happened.

There are limitations to research of course, Yet there are so many ones conducted a hypothesis on hand. This typically a difficult to interpt in light of an exstinting hypothesis. Although there own doesn’t provide a good foundation for fertilization.

Pumpkin seeds
Pumpkin seeds have long valued as a source of mineral zinc, and the world health organization recommends their consumption as a good of obtaining this nutrient. If you want to maximize the amount of zinc that would be getting from your pumpkin seeds, we recommend that you consider purchasing them in a unshelled form. Although there recent studies have shown there to be little zinc in the shell itself there is a very thin layer directly beneath the shell called the endosperm envelope, and it is often pressed up vey tightly against the shell.

Wheat seeds
Wheat seeds has excellent all around diseases resistance, with the best tolerance to scab (fusarium blight) we have found. Sow as early as possible in spring delay reduces yield ,about 4lbs /1,000 sq. feet . However wheat is a grain use for mostly human consumption. Wheat is an annual grass plant that will grow 2to 3 feet tall . There are two major types of wheat planted in the unite states. They will be winter wheat and spring wheat

1) cups
2 )wheat seeds
3 )pumpkin seed
4 )water
5) soil
6 )Garden plots

Ck11 t11 t12 20%
Ck12 t21 t22 50%
W=wheat seeds
p= pumpkin seeds
Soil into the cup and add water
Then water each one
Water the wheat seeds
Then went back and water the treatments cups with 50mls
We water one plant (ck11) pumpkin seed with 100ml
Plants in the light at 4
Plants in the shade at 1
Then water the plants 100ml
The plants a measure 16 inches
Water the plants again with 100ml in each of them .

pumpkin C1
T11 8.6 14cm T12 9.0 14cm T21 3.1 22cm
C1 wheat T12 3.2 22cm
T11 19cm 1.1
T12 20cm 1.4
T21 3.9 21cm
T12 2.0 24cm

We will review these factors because of the limiting effects they have on use of plants nutrients. Usually expressed as dry weight total of the part we’re interested in such as grain ,height length diameter. Growth of annual plant related to time is an S shaped curve for an or one growing season for a perennial plant.