How to make a measuring quadrant
Make a simple quadrant to help you count the wildflowers in your garden or local patch.
Published: May 6, 2015 at 6:55 am
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Nail four lengths of wood into a simple square (a square photo frame would also do).
Divide each length of the frame into equal thirds, and mark these points with a pen.
Pin four lengths of string across the frame to divide the quadrat into nine squares.