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Growing Wheat Seeds

Growing Wheat Seeds


Growing Wheat Seeds

The Grain Chain website has a lesson plan which runs over two sessions to explore growing wheat seeds.

The lessons explore what is needed to make a seed grow, and encourages observation over several days to see what happens to the seeds. Industry sponsored.

Here are the two parts of the lesson plans:

Lesson One

Lesson Two

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