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  1. Plants for Food & FibreReview Game!

  2. Unit 2 Terms

  3. Flowers and seeds require this from fertilizer

  4. Potassium

  5. Open and close the stoma

  6. Guard cells

  7. This is found in fertilizer and helps to make leaves green

  8. Nitrogen

  9. Planting a crop without cultivating soil

  10. Zero tillage

  11. Newly planted seeds and stems need this nutrient

  12. Phosphorus

  13. Rocks, clay & sand are examples of what?

  14. Parent material

  15. The upper horizon in soil

  16. Top soil

  17. Tree that loses its needles every winter

  18. Tamarack

  19. Being able to grow food and fibre while keeping our natural systems healthy for the long term

  20. Sustainability

  21. Process of restoring logged areas

  22. Reforestation

  23. These soil organisms include mold and mushrooms

  24. Fungi

  25. Plant that produces linseed oil

  26. Flax

  27. These soil organisms add air spaces to the soil when they tunnel

  28. Earthworms

  29. Plant that is grown in Alberta for use in making cooking oils, among other things

  30. Canola

  31. A special type of bacteria that also plays a vital role in forming humus

  32. Actinomycetes

  33. Well-known introduced species. Hint * common weed

  34. Dandelions

  35. Main organisms in soil

  36. Bacteria

  37. Plants grown without soil

  38. Hydroponics

  39. Layers in a cross section of soil

  40. Horizons

  41. Dark organic matter in soil that holds nutrients together

  42. Humus

  43. Removal of soil by wind and water

  44. Erosion

  45. When only one type of plant is grown in an area

  46. Monoculture

  47. Salt that has collected on the surface of the soil

  48. Salinization

  49. Non-organic material from which soil develops

  50. Parent material