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The History of Scarecrows

Across
Navajo scarecrow put this on top of pole
Japanese farmers made these, which means smell badly
Britain used boys age 9+
Metal box with 3 arms
Older men sit in chairs and throw stones to scare birds
Italians placed these on tops of tall poles in the fields
Pilgrims buried this to help seeds grow
Down
Greek farmers carved wooden scarecrows to look like him
Soaked corn seeds in poison to make crows fly crazily
Poisonous chemical sprayed or dusted
Mate for boogeyman
A sack of stones were replaced by the use of these
Spun in air like windmills
German farmer in PA who built human looking scarecrow
Egyptian farmers used these to protect their wheat
Used yucca lines to protect corn from pests