Comparing the Rate of Secondary Succession in a Raised Garden Bed and an in Ground Garden

Authors

  • Youngwook Song

Abstract

The objective of this study was to compare the rate of secondary succession in a raised garden
bed and an in ground garden which was left empty since September. I predict that the raised
garden bed would have a lower rate of secondary succession because of its physical structure
which makes it hard for plants to disperse. To measure the rate of secondary succession, the two
areas were divided into 3 plots and the number of species in each plot were counted to obtain an
average species per plot. All the data was collected in one day. The analysis on the data using a
two sample t-test (p = 0.65 >

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Published

2021-09-16

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