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Radish Experiment: Germination Complete; Adding Saccharin

August 27th, 2010
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My radishes have germinated. Little green shoots about half an inch tall, lots of tiny green leaves. About what to expect after 5 days. I've started adding saccharin to the group on the right. I put some in water and used it to water them, but then I thought I didn't use enough, so I also sprinkled some on the soil. Not terribly scientific, but the goal here is just to see if this works.

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