Our research focuses on seagrass restoration ecology, specifically investigating methods to enhance the success of seagrass transplant experiments. We explore the use of hormones to promote the growth and establishment of seagrass seeds in situ. By applying hormone treatments, we aim to optimize seed germination, improve survival rates, and accelerate the recovery of seagrass meadows. Through careful monitoring and experimentation, we seek to understand the ecological dynamics of restored seagrass habitats, assess the effectiveness of hormone treatments, and contribute to the development of more efficient and sustainable restoration strategies. Our research has the potential to positively impact the conservation and restoration of vital seagrass ecosystems.