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Depending on how many leaves and worms you use, it can take a month or more for your worms to consume all the leaves you have given them and to leave behind humus. nce they have, dump the contents of your bottle into your garden. W A P fter a few days, you should see all of the plants sprouting. s long as they get water, most seeds will sprout without soil. But the seeds that do not have soil will not continue to grow. Soil provides plants with the nutrients they need to keep on growing. c sc R eal World ien e: Soil 2 Glossary bacteria (bak-TIH-ree-uh) microscopic one-celled creatures bedrock (BED-rahk) the rock, or parent material, that lies under the layers of soil drought ( row ) a long period of time with little or no rain and little water left in the soil H-zhun) the wearing away of rock or soil t d erosion (ih- RO fungi (FUNG-guy) living organisms that feed on dead plant and animal material horizons (huh- Y-zinz) the layers of soil that make up a soil profile humus (HY -muss) an ingredient of soil that is made up of the remains of dead plants R and animals OO loam (lo m) a mix of sand, silt, and clay that is ideal for growing plants microorganisms ( Y kroh H gun izms) living things so small you need a h microscope to see them R -tree-untz) substances that plants and animals need to help them to O M nutrients (N grow and survive OO organisms ( H -gun-izms) living things R O oxygen (AHKS-ih-juhn) a gas that most living things need to breathe to survive parent material (PAI -unt muh-TEE-ree-uhl) the rock from which a certain type of soil forms R soil profile (soyl P H-fyl) all the horizons, or layers, of soil that make up an area RO of soil L 21st Century Skill s 30 ibrary For More Information Books Bourgeois, aulette.
Onawanda, Y: Kids Can, 2008. H A WI N : merican Society of E Lindbo, David. Soil! Get the Inside Scoop. Madison, gronomy, 2008. R eights, N T P Gardner, obert. Super Science Projects About Earth’s Soil and Water. Berkeley J: nslow, 2005. A eb Sites W Dig It! edu/soils/ his site, sponsored by the Smithsonian nstitution, allows visitors to interact with a live soil exhibit. html his site offers everything you need to know about the soil beneath your feet. gov/gallery/state_soils/ I V isit this site to find out if your state has established a state soil.
Mg Be Cu Real World Science Challenge To create your own compost, fill a one-gallon zip-top plastic bag half full with a mixture of torn up leaves, grass clippings, bits and pieces of kitchen scraps such as fruit and vegetable peels, and torn up pieces of paper cups and napkins. Do not add any meat products (including eggshells), because they can cause harmful bacteria to grow. Next add a half cup (118 ml) of soil and one teaspoon (5 ml) of water to the bag. Seal the bag and mix all the ingredients together.