Bulletin offers tips for gardeners experiencing aging, physical difficulties
Tools and techniques to help gardeners experiencing the effects of arthritis, aging or physical limitations continue to garden are described in a new bulletin from University of Wyoming Extension.
Wyoming AgrAbility project director Randy Weigel compiled the publication.
"Identifying each gardener's individual needs, adapting his or her garden and gardening practices and utilizing the wide variety of excellent tools and techniques available will ensure the capabilities of every gardener are maximized," said Weigel, extension human development specialist.
"Solutions for living: Tools for the enabled garden," B-1238, is available for free download by going to www.uwyo.edu/ces and clicking on Publications on the left-hand side of the page. Click "search bulletins" and type the bulletin number in the Publication Number search field.
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