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Raging Radishes. Group Members: Antwaun Hedger, Austin O’Brien, Justice McDonald, Lilly Aubert. October 16 th -17th. What’s a Raphanus?. Raphanus is the scientific name for radish. Radishes originated in China, thousands of years ago.

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Raging Radishes

Group Members:

Antwaun Hedger, Austin O’Brien,

Justice McDonald, Lilly Aubert

October 16th-17th


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What’s a Raphanus?

  • Raphanus is the scientific name for radish.

  • Radishes originated in China, thousands of years ago.

  • It takes about 45-60 days for a radish to grow to full maturity.

  • To care for a radish properly, you should keep the soil moist and rid the soil of weeds and debris. You should also place the radish in an area where it will receive 8-10 hours of sunlight each day.


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Independent and Dependent Variables

  • Independent Variable- The non-baked and baked soils.

  • Dependent Variable- The growth of each of the plants.


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Hypothesis/Essential Question

  • Our Hypothesis was that the radish plants would grow better in the non-baked soil.

  • Our hypothesis was wrong. The radish plants grew better in the baked soil.

  • How is data used in Science?

  • Scientists collect data from experiments and record the information. Other scientists learn from this information and we grow and develop off of it, discovering new things.

  • Information we collected from other researchers gave us information that helped us grow our radish seeds properly.



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References

  • http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/seedid/single.asp?strId=71

  • http://www.motherearthnews.com/Organic-Gardening/2008-02-01/Growing-Radishes.aspx

  • http://vric.ucdavis.edu/veginfo/commodity/garden/caring.html



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