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Enviro Growing Kit Pack of 30

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With the Enviro Growing Kit, children can learn about the germination process firsthand. No soil required with the Ec...
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Enviro Growing Kit Pack of 30

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With the Enviro Growing Kit, children can learn about the germination process firsthand. No soil required with the Eco pellets. Allow five weeks for the seed to reach seedling phase. This is an ongoing activity that is great to do in spring or summer to teach the children all about the changes in the seasons and what they mean to plants and animals. Activity for 30 kids. Adult supervision recommended. Includes: 30 x Eco Pellets, 30 x Eco Pots, 30 x Eco Terracotta Pots, 30 x Label Sticks, Kwikpot Tray, Pack Of Seeds.
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Unit of Measure Pack of 30
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Includes 30 x Eco Pellets, 30 x Eco Pots, 30 x Eco Terracotta Pots, 30 x Label Sticks, Kwikpot Tray, Pack Of Seeds
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