Victory in the Garden

June 1943
New Republic;6/21/43, Vol. 108 Issue 25, p815
Focuses on vegetable gardening in the U.S. Information on the growth of summer crops; Measures adopted by gardeners to repel the invasion of vegetable pests and weeds; Report that with dry weather in July, weeds will be slower to sprout and the pests will be easier to control; Report that in August a market-basket of produce can be picked every morning.


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