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• Describe the properties of acids and bases and explain the concept of pH
• How will you measure the pH of the soil in your garden
• How will pH affect materials and equipment you might use in gardening.
• 3 vegetables and 3 flowers that would work well together in a small plot?
• Discuss the reasoning you would use in adjusting the pH of your soil to meet the needs of the plants you decide to grow.

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