Hi, I'm gathering information for a science project...
The one they call "ChocoboKick"
Wark at Kue.Chirp
Wed Dec 16 19:14:08 EST 1998
Richard Davidson wrote in message
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I assume that each area is given the same nutrients, sunlight, etc.
I would suggest that you also add two more areas. An unthinned
population that is over fertilized and a thinned population that is
under fertilized. I would be interested to see if these extremes would
in some way balance the production (the over populated crop might be
larger due to the excess fertilizer and the thinned group might be
smaller due to the under fertilization.)
Wouldn't it be interesting if the average weight of an individual
raddish from the unthinned, normal was comparable to the average weight
of the under fertilized thinned? Dito the thinned normal and over
Your experiment sounds very interesting, but it could go much further.
I wish you the best.
Thank you, your idea sound very interesting. However, I'm only
experimenting on one variable, thinning. It would be an interesting
experiment and I'd love to try it, but the experiment has already started
(radishes sprouted, one has already been thinned once) and my Biology
teacher requested only one variable in the experiments.
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