In this undated handout photo released by Bonnie Plants, Baylen Wasden, winner of the Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program for the State of Georgia in 2011, is seen. If you think it's hard getting kids to eat their vegetables, wait until you try recruiting them for garden work. But the challenge is worth it, since children might be more likely to add healthy foods to their diet after growing them. (AP Photo/Bonnie Plants)

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In this undated handout photo released by Bonnie Plants, Baylen Wasden, winner of the Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program for the State of Georgia in 2011, is seen. If you think it's hard getting kids to eat their vegetables, wait until you try recruiting them for garden work. But the challenge is worth it, since children might be more likely to add healthy foods to their diet after growing them. (AP Photo/Bonnie Plants)
In this undated handout photo released by Bonnie Plants, Baylen Wasden, winner of the Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program for the State of Georgia in 2011, is seen. If you think it's hard getting kids to eat their vegetables, wait until you try recruiting them for garden work. But the challenge is worth it, since children might be more likely to add healthy foods to their diet after growing them. (AP Photo/Bonnie Plants)
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