This is a little 3d model of a seedling but for large seeds such as avocado or mamay. Instead of our previous one this holds a single fruit but with enough space to plant a big seed; As the previous one, aims to be a useful to teach how to start your own outdoors little garden. This model is a great help for classes cause instead of having to use the old jar method you can go ahead and use this reusable seedling.
if you don't mind a little stringing on the bottom you can print it without support.
Elements needed including some water and of course the little seedling
Preparation starts with the dirt (in this particular case a hand full)
then you add the same amount of peat moss
and half portion of vermiculite
you hand mix it all together trying to get a homogeneous mix, and add some water before
then you can proceed to squish the extra water out of the mix
proceed to fill the seedling with some dirt trying not to over compress it, and leaving some space to put in the seed and cover it with some more.
in this case you see te process as done in the little garden starter pack (normal edition) but the only thing that changes in this case is the quantities but the proportions remain the same.
cover them with dirt and voila this is the start of your own little garden.remember to re-plant them in 30 day to a pot. if they germinated.
Project: Little Garden Starter Pack (large seed edition)
Objectives: In this particular project not only students but almost everyone will be learning how to start growing your very own garden; from what a seedling is (almost usually really big and bulky) all the way to how do seeds turn to fruits or flowers, leaving enough room to decide which level or amount of knowledge is to learn from here.
Audiences: Kids, junior high, high school, everyone
Steps: This project was motivated by the urge to teach that almost everyone could grow their own garden weather or not they're experts in this field and also to teach people they can start growing their own healthy food. There's not much more explanation to give besides the previos photo guide of how to start.
Results: As you can see in the cover photo this seedling is already a work in progress and on its way to a garden, and we consider this and the previous one as educational since we already used it as a way of teaching not only kids but teachers, how to grow your own vegetable garden in a foster house. And its already working,