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 What are the effects of competition between cress seeds?

Answer The effects are that the more competitive, 'stronger' seedlings will out grow the 'weaker' seedlings.
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How long do cress seeds take to grow?

It takes a week and you should be able to see a visible change in the seeds after a day or 2(the seeds should have started to split) and after a week you could probably eat your cress.
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Interpersonal Effects of Classroom Competition?

Competition engages one or more children in a contest in which one or a few can be winners. Classroom competitions are used to increase students' participation in an activity and create a sense of ... Read More »
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Is it worth buying organic seeds and what is the difference between organic and non-organic seeds?

Well, now wait a minute. If the seeds were produced by Monsanto, there are genetically modified seed. No getting around that one. You have to read the package to see where the seeds originated f... Read More »
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What is water cress?

water cress is a perennial European herb that grows best in freshwater, is used in salads and as a garnish. It is also seen mostly as a variant of lettuce.
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