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    Breanne
    Student

    Fsu School
    Tallahassee, Florida
    4/23/2004 9:28:46 AM
    soybean@wheatgrowth
    Hi! I am in Mrs.Burnham's 5th grade class. We're doing the expiramenting on the different kinds of soil. We're having a bit of trouble with the Zeolite. The only plant that is growing is one of the soybean plants. And my soybean plant has brown spots(in vermiculite). How do you treat these things? And my plant's roots are showing! Is this natural? Or should we re-plant?Help!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Shelby
    Student

    Fsu School
    Tallahassee, Florida
    4/23/2004 10:01:12 AM
    Re: soybean@wheatgrowth
    HEY WAZ UP BREANNE. I THINK YOU ARE DOING GREAT ON YOUR PLANTSHEL-BEL-BE
    Wendy
    Student

    Fsu School
    Tallahassee, Florida
    4/23/2004 10:01:39 AM
    Re: soybean@wheatgrowth
    Hey chandler. I posted a question too. I wonder what is happening to the plants? Oh well. Hope we will find out soon!
    Carter
    Student

    Fsu School
    Tallahassee, Florida
    4/23/2004 10:03:49 AM
    Re: soybean@wheatgrowth
    YEH WE ARE HAVING ALOT OF TROUBLE
    Breanne
    Student

    Fsu School
    Tallahassee, Florida
    4/29/2004 11:14:59 AM
    Re: soybean@wheatgrowth
    Thanks for the reply guys! Oh, it's me Breanne! She-Bel-By,how many times did you replant?
    Joseph Dolan
    Teacher

    Table Mound School
    Dubuque, Iowa
    5/25/2004 12:54:16 PM
    Re: soybean@wheatgrowth
    showing roots are completely natural


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