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Which type of plant grows year after year?

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Which part of the plant is typically underground?

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What is necessary for seed germination?

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Which type of plant completes its life cycle in one year?

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What substance do plants need to grow?

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Which tool is used for digging soil?

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What is the process of transferring pollen?

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What do plants release during photosynthesis?

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Which part of the plant makes seeds?

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What element is absorbed by plant roots?

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What do you call a plant's food factory?

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Which nutrient is vital for plant growth?

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What process do plants use to make food?

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Which plant part absorbs water and nutrients?

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What is essential for photosynthesis in plants?

Did you know that growing your own fruits and vegetables can significantly reduce your carbon footprint? By cultivating your own garden, you eliminate the need for long-distance transportation, which is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.

Additionally, home gardening allows you to control the use of pesticides and fertilizers, leading to healthier produce and a more sustainable environment. Plus, it can be a rewarding hobby that enhances your mental well-being and connects you with nature!

How did you do on the quiz? Share your results and thoughts in the comments below!

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Charlie

    July 3, 2024 at 9:12 pm

    Again, this thing got it wrong. I answered 100% correctly yet it said that I missed 3. Also, this thing never saves my name.

  2. Kathy

    July 11, 2024 at 5:46 pm

    I misinterpreted the question about what a plant needs to grow. I thought you meant what does it have to grow for itself, using photosynthesis, but you meant: What does it need to receive in order to grow?

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