Seed Science with Farmer-Educator Jenny

Seed Science! Join us today in a simple seed science activity. We’re dissecting a seed to look ? at it’s parts! Once you soak your lime bean seeds in water overnight, you can open them up to see the seed coat, cotyledon (seed food!), and embryo (plant baby) made of a radicle, hypoctyl, and epicotyl. It’s so fun to see how seeds start their lives!!

Posted by Greener Partners on Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Seed Science! Join us in a simple seed science activity. We’re dissecting a seed to look ? at it’s parts! Once you soak your lime bean seeds in water overnight, you can open them up to see the seed coat, cotyledon (seed food!), and embryo (plant baby) made of a radicle, hypoctyl, and epicotyl. It’s so fun to see how seeds start their lives!!

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