Within the next few paragraphs, I will tell you all about the soil sample I collected and did tests on. I got some soil from out of one of my mom’s gardens. This one had a lot of flowers from Florida. This is a summary of what all I did to work on finding everything about my soil.
Day 3: I was on a vacation in Florida.
Day 5: I return to school to find some of my soil missing. I then took the remaining soil and followed through with the rest of my tests.
Day 6: I have completed all of my tests after school. I will have finished a lot from this.
1. I started out picking up a piece of my soil and putting it into one of my hands. Next, I took a few drops of water and put it in the soil. After that, I took my other hand and swirled it around the hand that it was in. It felt very gritty and rough. That led me to believe that my soil was more sand than it was clay. I further confirmed this by asking the teacher.
Some of my lab results were?
1. The P.H. of my soil was at 6.0
2. The phosphorus content was 18
4. There was also an enormous amount of sand in it. Somewhere around 65% was sand.
Some conclusions from this was that, this soil would be good for growing tropical flowers and plants such as Elephant Ears (the plant my mom was growing). I would recommend this soil to someone looking to get some tropical flowers for inside of their house. As for the quicksand, I did not perform any tests on it.