Soil vs. Sand Germination Science Fair Report By Mr. Pham 3 rd Period Science 3 rd Trimester 2005 Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School Introduction Background information: a. A seed is a holding embryo of a plant. b. Germination is when a seed become a seedling.
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Science Fair Report
By Mr. Pham
3rd Period Science
3rd Trimester 2005
Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School
a. A seed is a holding embryo of a plant.
b. Germination is when a seed become a seedling.
c. A seed will germinate when it has enough moisture, right temperature, oxygen, and with light or no light.
2. Problem or question to solve
a. Problem: Farmer Pham wants to find the best conditions to germinate pinto beans.
b. Question: Will pinto bean germinate better in natural soil or sand?
Pinto bean will sprout more and healthier in sand than natural soil.
Pinto Bean Experiment Observation Table