Agriculture SAE Project ideas
Students in Agriculture Education are required to have an SAE. Project based learning about the Agriculture industry.
Agriculture SAE Project ideas
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Nesting Boxes Ideas The Milk Crate Box
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Chicken Coop Nesting Boxes Ideas - The Milk Crate Box
Garden Daddy: NEST BOXES READY FOR THE COOP-D'VILLA. Milk crate nesting box system.
Chicken Nesting Boxes Ideas - The Milk Crate Box
Nesting Boxes Ideas The Milk Crate Box for my someday farm
Garden Daddy: NEST BOXES READY FOR THE COOP-D'VILLA
Espalier Fruit Trees for our orchard. Espalier = the horticultural and ancient agricultural practice of controlling woody plant growth originally for the production of fruit,by pruning and tying branches to a frame so that they grow into a flat plane, frequently in formal patterns, against a structure such as a wall, fence, or trellis.
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Just planted a five year mini apple tree - How to Espalier Fruit Trees ... one of the easiest ways to include fruit trees in a small space garden and maximise your yield. Fruit grows on horizontal branches, leaves grow on verticals! | The Micro Gardener
to grow grapes for wine
Espalier - Training fruit trees, cherries and crab apples are stunning espaliered along a fence - space saving ideas.
Grow those grapes the right way!! Any of you have grape vines?
How-to espalier trees #gardening
A pruning style for growing fruit trees in small spaces.
Upcycled/Recycled/RePurposed Glass Bottle by LakeLureBeadShop, $135.00
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Upcycled/Recycled/RePurposed Glass Bottle Garden Art Flower - Now I know what to do with those empty wine bottles.
Bottle flowers... Even better than bottle trees!
(image) DIY Upcycled glass bottle Art in the garden
Garden art, blue bottles flower and green bottles as leaves; recycled; Original by LakeLureBeadShop; Upcycle, Recycle, Salvage, diy, thrift, flea, repurpose! For vintage ideas and goods shop at Estate ReSale & ReDesign, Bonita Springs, FL
Gardens Ponds, Old Tires, Small Pond, Old Tractors, Water Features, Tires Ponds, Garden Ponds, Fish Ponds, Tractors Tires
Re purposed old tractor tire for small pond
DIY Tractor Tire Garden Pond | Home Water Features
Here's a simple DIY project to make a little garden pond using an old tractor tire. If you don't have access to an old tire, check craigslist, oftentimes people are THRILLED to get rid of them for Free!
DIY: Tractor Tire Garden Pond ~ this has been floating around Facebook and now Pinterest. What a wonderful way to recycle old tires! I love this and you can use any size tires for this project. Some put fish in it too! There's quite a few instructions on this 'tire pond' idea but here's a link for detailed, pictorial instructions from another site: http://www.instructables.com/id/Fish-pond-from-tractor-or-car-tires/. Nice!
DIY Fish pond created from an old tractor tire - Instructables on how to set it all up
DIY Tractor Tire Garden Pond | DIY Cozy Home
Science experiment on soil erosion - Great for project why, also for conservation. Gives 3 different ways to do the experiment.
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The foldables are for older kids, but this erosion experiment could easily be done in Pre-K.- Working 5 to 9 .... Math and Science: 5th Grade Science Foldables and other scienc projects
Science Fair Project Ideas: Soil Erosion
Some really kewl science project ideas , love this pic of a project about soil erosion ... so neat !
Science Foldables and Journaling. Soil Erosion. This site has some AMAZING 5th grade science experiments that are also linked to Common Core standards.
Science experiment on soil erosion
Homemade chalkboard paint painted on flower pots)
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Love how it looks. My front porch is extra pretty now. :) (Homemade chalkboard paint painted on flower pots)
Diy chalk board pots as a welcome to the front door Via Centsationalgirl.com
Chalkboard paint is the latest and greatest craft tool to have on your shelves. You can buy it or make your own and then use it to transform anything from the glasses ...
DIY chalkboard painted pots! For the front porch
How to Build a Low-Maintenance Water Feature Construct a simple (in one-weekend!) stone & gravel fountain that needs almost no maintenance
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Small Garden Water Features | ideas for small homemade water features
How to build a pondless "disappearing" garden fountain. Water feature with far less maintenance gitaine is this what elliott was talking about?
How To Build A Disappearing Garden Fountain... tons of great DIY garden ideas... - for a project after this one :)
front yard idea, no worries about neighboring 'little timmy' fallinjg in a fish pond! How to build a pondless "disappearing" garden fountain.
I love water fountains! How to build a pondless "disappearing" garden fountain.
Building a low maintenance water feature
How to Build a Low-Maintenance Water Feature
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Fig Tree Propagation_fig cuttings By Jackie Rhoades The fig tree has been around for a long time. Archeologists have found evidence of its cultivation that dates back to 5,000 BC. They are a small, warm climate tree that can grow almost anywhere, some varieties can even survive in temperatures down to 10 to 20 degrees F. Fig trees will produce well for about 15 years. If you enjoy figs (whether fresh, dried or in preserves) and if your tree is getting old or your generous neighbor’s tree is getting old, you might be wondering how to propagate fig trees as opposed to buying a replacement. Fig propagation is an economical way to continue or increase production. Methods for How to Start a Fig Tree How to start a fig tree from fig cuttings is a simple process that can be accomplished in one of three ways. Each of these methods of rooting figs is simple and straight forward, and your choice will probably depend on the dormant season weather in your area. Layering for Fig Propagation The first method in how to propagate fig trees outdoors depends on dormant season temperatures that never fall below freezing. Ground layering is a way of rooting figs by burying a portion of low growing branch with six to eight inches of the tip showing above ground and allowing the buried portion to root before severing it from the parent tree. While this is the simplest method of fig propagation, it can prove awkward for ground maintenance while the branches root. Rooting Fig Cuttings Outdoors A more popular method of rooting figs outdoors is through fig cuttings. Late in the dormant season, after the danger of frost is past, take fig cuttings from small branches that are two to three years old. They should be about ½ to ¾ inches thick, about the width of your pinky, and 8-12 inches long. The bottom end cut should be flat and the tip cut on a slant. Treat the slanted end with a sealant to prevent disease and the flat end with rooting hormone. When learning how to start a fig tree by this method, its best to use six to eight shoots to allow room for some failures. You can always give away multiple successes! Plant the rooting fig’s flat end six inches deep in hole six inches wide and about a foot apart. Water well, but don’t over water. In one year, your fig cuttings can grow 36-48 inches. The new trees will be ready to transplant the following dormant season. Rooting Figs Indoors The third method of fig propagation is about how to start a fig tree indoors. This method is good for an early start if your spring weather is unsettled. Follow the method above for taking fig cuttings. Line the bottom of a six inch pot with newspaper and add two inches of sand or potting soil. Stand four of your treated cuttings upright in the pot and fill around them with soil. Water the pot thoroughly and place a two liter bottle with the bottom cut off over the cuttings. Keep the fig cuttings warm and in a bright (not direct sun) window. Don’t water unless the soil becomes very dry. Wait a week after you see new growth to remove the make shift greenhouse. When you see vigorous growth, plant your rooted fig cuttings in larger pots or outdoors when the weather allows. Keep the transplants moist for the rest of the summer and watch them grow. As you can see, how to propagate fig trees is a simple process and when done properly, is a satisfying and economical experience. Happy eating!
Fig Tree Propagation fig cutting
Bamboo Ladybug Feeder. Just hang this natural bamboo feeder, bait it by adding a few raisins and they will come. It provides them a structural habitat to live on and the raisins provide food after they've cleared the garden of nasty pests. Much better and simpler solution than spraying toxic chemicals all around your home and garden.
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a Lady Bug feeder.. i totally need one to invite lady bugs to my yard!++Aphids are the most common garden pest and are difficult to control by spraying. Luckily, one ladybug can eat dozens of aphids a day, seeking them out wherever they hide. Ladybugs also prey on mealybugs, scale, leaf hoppers and mites. Bait these natural bamboo feeding stations with a raisin or two to welcome ladybugs into your garden and provide food when aphids are scarce.
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Bamboo Ladybug Feeder: Aphids are the most common garden pest and are difficult to control by spraying. Luckily, one ladybug can eat dozens of aphids a day, seeking them out wherever they hide. Ladybugs also prey on mealybugs, scale, leaf hoppers and mites. Bait these natural bamboo feeding stations with a raisin or two to welcome ladybugs into your garden and provide food when aphids are scarce.
Ladybug Feeders. Set of 2
What makes the best chicken feed? In the "Eggs and Hens Diet: Can You Get Bigger Eggs for Peanuts?" #zoology #science Project Idea, students experiment to find out if adding peanuts to feed impacts the eggs chickens produce. [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #scienceproject
A great Science Fair project for your preteen! Eggs and Hen's Diet: Can you get bigger heavier eggs by feeding your chickens peanuts?
Eggs and Hen's Diet: Can You Get Bigger Eggs for Peanuts?
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Design and build an aquaponics system with fish using this abbreviate science fair project idea at Science Buddies. http://pinterest.com/sciencebuddies
How to plan a basic science fair project for elementary children
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Plant Maze! Observe how a plant grows towards the direction of light by making a shoe box plant maze! Visit Herbarium for a photo tutorial. Interesting Science experiement for kids.
Observe how a plant grows towards the direction of light in a shoe box plant maze- fun science project for my kiddos
Plant experiment in shoe box to show how plant grows toward the light
plants find the light-science unit on plantsj....would be a cool science fair project...
Science Weeks 8-12: Plants Grow a plant in a shoebox maze, watch it grow towards (and find) the light. Good lesson idea or science project moms!
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Science Fair Idea: How Do Roots Grow When the Direction of Gravity Changes?
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Seed sandwiches made in CD cases Plant Biology science project: Does gravity affect plant growth?
How Do Roots Grow When the Direction of Gravity Changes?
Worm Science Fair Ideas | eHow
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How to Make a Worm Composter Bin Out of a Plastic Bin. I use worm castings in my starting medium for seeds, house plants and in the garden.
Vermicomposting isn't for the squeamish, and you've got to be brave to keep worms in your house. That said, a well-managed indoor worm bin is surprisingly sanitary, odor-free and productive. In one to four months, a healthy indoor worm bin will produce rich, nutritious castings that you can use as fertilizer for houseplants or garden beds. You can make your own bin or buy a commercial version, but it's up to you to take care of your worms so they can turn your kitchen scraps into fertile compost.
How to Start a Small Worm Farm and Compost Bin
Worm Science Fair Ideas | eHow
Slide Show: Dreamy Hydrangeas
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Rooting Hydrangeas from Southern Living
I will find my green thumb this Spring! What's a home in the Charlotte without overflowing hydrangea.
I love the blue hydrangeas, but the weeping angel would have to go lol
Tips for beautiful hydrangeas year after year.
Dreamy Hydrangeas by Southern Living includes all kinds of tips on growing Hydrangeas.
Growing trash can potatoes ... one of my favorite Junior Master Gardener projects.
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Garbage pail potatoes.
Original pinner said: Growing trash can potatoes ... one of my favorite Junior Master Gardener projects.
It's all gouda: Garden Tuesday - Garbage Can Potatoes!
Grow potatoes in a trash can - I'm thinking of using a big plastic tub with handles instead
It's all gouda: Garden Tuesday - Garbage Can Potatoes!
Use cinnamon as a substitute for rooting hormone. It also kills fungus and bacteria at the same time. I will never buy Rootone again : )