Potting Soil Ratios: Scientific Method

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Published September 5, 2017
Subject: Science
Season: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
Place of Learning: Academic Classroom
Resource Type: Lessons
Grade Level: Grade 7
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Kerstin Martin
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Objective:

Students use some of the many inputs that agriculture uses in order to produce our food (compost, peat, and perlite); they think critically about which inputs are more environmentally sustainable and compare this with how those input are most effective in growing human foods

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