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How Plants Grow with Different Kinds of Liquids

How Plants Grow with Different Kinds of Liquids

Category:HomeRelease time:2015-01-07Views:130

Plants require a basic combination of ingredients to grow. The primary needs of plants include sunlight, air, water and soil. In addition to the basics, you can help plants grow even larger by adding extra nutrients to the water. Experiment with your[More]

How Plants Use Glucose for Life

How Plants Use Glucose for Life

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-10-14Views:130

Glucose, or sugar, is an energy source for living cells in plants, animals and humans. During photosynthesis, plants produce glucose, which is used to nourish the plant and to provide nutritional value to the living organisms that consume the plant.[More]

How to plant in coconut fibre hanging baskets

How to plant in coconut fibre hanging baskets

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-03-27Views:130

Hanging flower baskets are evocative of small, picturesque towns with their friendly nature and beauty. Baskets on porches remind us of a simpler life and a quieter time. You can capture this aesthetic beauty by planting your own hanging flower baske[More]

How to Stop Bugs From Eating Pepper Plants

How to Stop Bugs From Eating Pepper Plants

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-10-30Views:130

The dreaded aphid is only one of several leaf-eating insects that can take over your pepper plants and destroy your vision of an abundant pepper harvest. Dealing with chewing insects is one of the most difficult aspects of raising pepper plants, howe[More]

How does artificial light affect plant growth?

How does artificial light affect plant growth?

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-03-27Views:130

Artificial Light How plant growth is affected by artificial light depends on the type of light that is being discussed. While all plants grow best in natural light, plants can an do grow and thrive under artificial lighting conditions. Overall, the b[More]

How Do Plants Gain Weight?

How Do Plants Gain Weight?

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Clearly, an acorn gains weight as it grows into a mature oak tree; but where the additional mass comes from wasn't always obvious. It wasn't until the 1600s that scientists first tried to find out how plants gain weight. History In the 17th century,[More]

How to plant a bean for kids

How to plant a bean for kids

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Share the miracle of gardening with children to encourage a healthy interest in growing fruits and vegetables. Plant a bean seed in a small peat container to teach children how plants grow. With minimal care, the bean seed will sprout and grow into a[More]

How to Label Parts of Plants

How to Label Parts of Plants

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Many elementary school educators require students to label the parts of a plant during their course curriculum. This lesson will repeat as the child progresses through grade levels, serving as a basis for further teaching on plants and other growing[More]

How to Have a Garden Party for Girls

How to Have a Garden Party for Girls

Category:LifestyleRelease time:2012-03-16Views:130

There are two types of garden parties that you may have for girls. The first type of garden party is a formal tea party where you can invite the children to dress up in their best clothes for a lesson in etiquette and socialisation. The second type o[More]

Ways in Which Plants Absorb Water

Ways in Which Plants Absorb Water

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-04-14Views:130

One of the first scientific principles presented to elementary students is how plants absorb water. A excellent visual example of such a presentation is the celery experiment, in which a bunch of celery is placed in a bowl of water dyed with food col[More]

Environmental Challenges of Desert Plants

Environmental Challenges of Desert Plants

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-06-10Views:130

Central Washington State in the United States is known for its hot desert corridor conditions in the state's eastern region, and plants face a challenge under the high temperature conditions. Humans have choices to move from one dwelling to another;[More]

Can You Change the Color of a Flower Plant With Food Coloring?

Can You Change the Color of a Flower Plant With Food Coloring?

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-08-03Views:130

Food colouring can be used to dye flowers new colours, bridging the gap between art and gardening. This is a fun way to introduce students to botany, giving them a visual representation of how plants "drink" water. Plant Color Plants contain chloroph[More]

Bean Plant Projects

Bean Plant Projects

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-08-19Views:130

Planting bean seeds indoors or in the garden is an educational opportunity for learners to understand where vegetables come from and how plants grow. As students immerse themselves in the science curriculum, experiments are introduced. For an experim[More]

Facts about sunflower plants for kids

Facts about sunflower plants for kids

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-11-27Views:130

Bright and colourful, tall and unusual, sunflowers are fun and easy plants for kids to grow. All they require is a plot of well-drained soil, lots of water and full sunlight. The scientific name of a sunflower is Helianthus, deriving from "helius," w[More]

Is There Any Kind of Plant or Herb to Keep Dogs Out of My Yard?

Is There Any Kind of Plant or Herb to Keep Dogs Out of My Yard?

Category:FamilyRelease time:2013-01-10Views:130

There are two types of yards---yards that keep dogs inside and yards that keep dogs outside. But what happens if yards don't do their job? A lot of money has been spent on fencing to keep dogs in or out. For some reason, using plants or herbs to keep[More]

How to Grow Potatoes With Water and Toothpicks

How to Grow Potatoes With Water and Toothpicks

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-01-13Views:130

Potatoes begin to grow when supported in water, developing visible roots, which makes them useful as a good lesson for children on how plants grow. The vine grows well for a few weeks, supported by the nutrients in the seed potato. Once the nutrients[More]

What Are Two Adaptation Strategies for Plants?

What Are Two Adaptation Strategies for Plants?

Category:FoodRelease time:2013-05-01Views:130

Plants are resilient organisms that can thrive in the blistering heat of deserts as well as in the freezing conditions of arctic tundra. They are able to tolerate these conditions due to adaptations, or natural biological changes that make organisms[More]

How to make a 3D model of a root hair cell

How to make a 3D model of a root hair cell

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-06-16Views:130

Root hair cells occur in the outermost layer of a plant's roots, generally towards the bottom tips of the root. These hairlike protrusions have very thin walls and jut out into the soil in order to absorb water molecules. Creating a model of a root h[More]

Pre-School Activities About Flowers & Plants

Pre-School Activities About Flowers & Plants

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-09-15Views:130

Pre-school activities that are centred around flowers and plants teach children about the vital role that plants play to feed us and create beauty. These activities can involve growing real flowers or plants or using paper to make artificial plants.[More]

The Reproductive System of Plants

The Reproductive System of Plants

Category:HealthRelease time:2013-10-28Views:130

A myriad of variations exist on how plants reproduce, and they can be divided into two main categories: asexual and sexual reproduction. Asexual reproduction essentially is self-cloning. Sexually reproductive plants can be divided into the angiosperm[More]

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