Bottle Biome

Lexis Officio Mr… Unguent Biology 28 February 2013 Bottle Boom Introduction The problem is how the miracle grog helps the mustard seed germinate. The purpose of this experiment is to find out how the water cycle works in a boom. The objectives are to find out what soils help the mustard seed grow the fastest.

After they are both cleaned label one of them bottle number 1, and the other bottle number 2. Using bottle number 1 make an incision with the scalpel at 6 inches from the bottom, then cut it all the way around. Using bottle number 2 make and incision at 5 inches from the top, then cut all the way around it. With the bottle cap put the nail on top of the cap and hammer it making the nail go completely through. Remove the nail. Get the cotton string place it in the hole you Just made in the cap, then make a knot in the middle of it. Place the cap onto bottle number 2.

Then put the gravel into bottle number 1, then also place (mill) of water, the elodea plant, and the goldfish in bottle number 1. Put a pinch offish food into the water. With the coffee filter fold it in half and then in half again. Cut the tip of it off. Place the coffee filter onto the sting in Then place the sand, miracles grog, and mustard seed into the coffee filter. Then add the (ml) of water into the soil. With the extra piece of bottle number 2 cut about 1 off, then with that make slits about 1 inch tall all the way around the ring.

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Then place it onto bottle number During the experiment we hypothesized that miracle grow would germinate the seeds and make them grow the fastest. According to the Miracle Grog Companies research they said “Our technical experts in agronomy, chemistry, biology engineering, packaging engineering and other disciplines collaborate to bring simple, safe and sustainable developments to market. ” Works Cited “The Scoots Miracle Grog Company … Dedicated to a beautiful world” http:// www. thescottsmiraclegrocompany. Com/2010. Web. 28 February 2013.