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 Plant and Soil - Hydroponics Project
54f5cca3b1840 Jeremy W. and Dylan S. working on the Hydroponics System Photo Courtesy of Cody S.
Photo Courtesy of Cody S.
Photo Courtesy of Cody S.
Photo Courtesy of Cody S.
Photo Courtesy of Cody S.
Water with sucker fish can be found in the bins below each plant. The fish add vital nutrients to the water that help the plants grow without soil. Photo Courtesy of Mrs. Thoene
Water with sucker fish can be found in the bins below each plant. The fish add vital nutrients to the water that help the plants grow without soil. Photo Courtesy of Mrs. Thoene
Photo Courtesy of Mrs. Thoene
Photo Courtesy of Mrs. Thoene
Water with sucker fish can be found in the bins below each plant. The fish add vital nutrients to the water that help the plants grow without soil. Photo Courtesy of Mrs. Thoene
Photo Courtesy of Mrs. Thoene
An additional project the class is working on - Compost Bin Photo Courtesy of Mrs. Thoene
An additional project the class is working on - Compost Bin Photo Courtesy of Mrs. Thoene

Photo Courtesy of Cody S.

Jeremy W. and Dylan S. working on the Hydroponics System

High School Plant and Soil Class

Hydroponics Project

March 03, 2015

The high school plant and soil class has constructed a hydroponics system to test the growth of plants using water that has been enhanced with the help of sucker fish. The group of eleven students designed and built the system over several class sessions.  The plants include tomatoes, beans, broccoli, and corn. 

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