Southern Indiana Living

JUL-AUG 2012

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Would you like some MONOSACCHARIDES with that? Paoli teen is "third in the universe" at international competition Story & Photos // Sam C Bowles J ordan Cadle grew up on a farm in Orange County, so when he was tasked with creating a science fair project for a Sci- ence Methods and Techniques class at Paoli High School where he is a student, doing something that involved agri- culture was a natural choice. Cadle, who will be a junior this year, decided to tackle the very complicated problem of world hunger by attempting to increase the yield of wheat, and he wanted to do so through means that would be simple and accessible to all. +LV LGHD ZDV WR DSSO\ VLPSOH VXJDUV GLffHUHQW FRQFHQWUDWLRQV of milk, honey, and corn syrup) directly to the wheat plant, to be -XO\ $XJXVW • absorbed through the leaves, that would aid the plant's natural process and therefore increase the yield, or as it is explained in WKH SURMHFW·V RffiFLDO WLWOH ´8WLOL]LQJ $VVRUWHG 0RQRVDFFKDULGHV IURP )ROLDU $SSOLFDWLRQ IRU *O\FRVLGH /LQNDJH WR (QKDQFH 7ULWL- FXP $HVWLYXP

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