If you’re looking to grow the greenest grass or strengthen your cell phone reception, there are a few local students who may help you out.
Zachary Bean, a fifth-grader at Discovery School, did his science project this year on drought-resistant grass.
He tested different types of grasses to see which one could stand straight the longest without receiving water.
The Pensacola Bahaia proved to be the best in his experiment.
Nick Retter, an eighth-grader at Indian Land Middle School, explored cell phone reception for his project.