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JOEY FARESE PLANT LAB 3-30-11 INTRODUCTION All living things need water and nutrients in order to survive and plants are no exception. The objective of this experiment is to observe how the given plants would grow over time and to test the fertilizer concentration on the growth and flower production of Brassica rapa plants. The plants will be measured by height, leaves, and flower data. It is my Hypothesis that he more fertilizer applied the more abundantly the plant will grow in all facets. MATERIALS/METHODS There were several essential materials required for this experiment. Each group would collectively need two to three seeds of Brassica rapa. They would also need one film canister with a small hole in the bottom and one cotton wick, approximately ten centimeters in length, zero, two, or five fertilizer pellets, one modified two-liter soft drink bottle, and one wash bottle filled with water. The first step in the experiment is to thoroughly wet the wick, and thread the wick into the film canister so that seven to eight
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