Scouts learn to propagate and grow plants while working on the Plant Science merit badge. They investigate the importance and uses of crops, trees, and flowers. Scouts have many options to choose from for the types of plants they will study in depth while doing this badge.
Get the Plant Science Merit Badge pamphlet
Printable helps for requirements:
Printable requirements for Plant Science Merit Badge
Printable checkoff sheet for Plant Science Merit Badge
Printable note sheet for Plant Science Merit Badge
Printable checkoff sheet for all Scouts BSA merit badges
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Dr. Bernard Harris Supernova Helps and Documents
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Thomas Edison Supernova Award Helps and Documents
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Nature and Environment Troop Program Feature for Scouts BSA Troops
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