Bug Busters: Poison-free Pest Controls for Your House & Garden

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Avery Publishing Group, 1991 - Garden pests - 254 pages
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Feeding your baby a healthy balanced diet is the aim of every parent, but putting together meals that offer the right combination of nutrients each day can be difficult. The author has devised a simple points system, converting the recommended daily nutrient requirements into points. Each recipe in the book is accompanied by a symbol showing how many points of each nutrient it contains. Add up the points found in each dish you plan to feed to your baby that day to ensure they provide him or her with all the nutritional requirements a baby in his or her age group needs.

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Pests, whether of food, the body, the home, or garden, include medically important species and affect all of us at some time. Their attacks may tempt us to use pesticides, which often are more ... Read full review


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Bernice Lifton, "a graduate of Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, is a professional writereditor-researcher. For nearly twenty years, she has studied and researched environmentally

safe and effective pest-control methods. As a journalist, Ms. Lifton has written articles for numerous national magazines, including "Parents "and "This Week.

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