Does anyone have any powerpoints, labs, activities, etc for any of the following...
-Seed Germination (environmental requirements, seed viability, steps in germination)
-Grafting, budding, layering
Andrea, I have attached some materials that I have collected and put together. I hope this helps.
I have recently discovered some great videos about grafting (cleft, whip & tonque, & bark) that are easy for students to follow and very informative. They are on youtube and produced by Dave Wilson Nursery out of California, who has a series of eductational videos about all things related to fruit production.
I have provided the link for his channel on youtube.
Your post just made me think of an online horticulture resource that may be useful:
Here is a seed germination lab I use and really like. I try to do as many "lab" activities as I can during my plant science unit. This is one I do pretty early. Henry
I know that this conversation took place a ways back but I happened to see it as I was browsing through. I use a really cool video about pollination called "Sexual Encounters of the Floral Kind" and it shows all sorts of different and unique ways plants pollinate.
I just came across this post. Thanks everyone for sharing your resources! Amanda, is this video online or did you buy it on DVD?
$85 from Carolina Biologic
Sexual Encounters of the Floral Kind, DVD | Carolina.com
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