Budding Geniuses

Krzyzopolski, Donette A.
May 1999
Mothering;May/Jun99, Issue 94, p72
Focuses on strategies to promote gardening as an alternative recreational activity for children. Planning of a garden plot that is suitable for children; Crops to choose that are easier for children to handle and cultivate; Techniques for harvesting.


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