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Bower Hill Plant Day 2010
1. Pollination 2. Clean up the earth 3. Good bugs eat bad bugs
Alfalfa Apple Almond Artichoke Asparagus Blackberry Blueberry Broccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbage Cacao Cantaloupe Carrot Cashew Cauliflower Celery Cherry Citrus Dill Eggplant Fennel Garlic Kale Kola nut Leek Lychee Macadamia Mango Mustard Nutmeg Onion Passion fruit Peach Pear Pumpkin Raspberry Sapote Squash Sunflower Tangerine Tea Watermelon
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Eat the colors Eat fruit and vegetebals of different colours during the day. Each colour has a special protective purpose for you health.
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Baked potato broccoli corn Raw Baby Spinach bean.
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Today's Lecture Classification of vegetables Nutritive value of vegetables.
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