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Many of nature's most useful critters lie literally at our feet, underappreciated and ignored despite their ability to eliminate insects, condition soils and pollinate plants. Turtles, moths, moles, dragonflies, snakes, toads and spiders are among
26 April 2013 Now the soil is at last warming up it's the perfect time to plant fresh colour into our borders and containers...You can feel the whole natural world unfurling day by day and its potency is all the more tangible after the miserable
Journey Invite friends to discover what they are reading by connecting to Facebook. Connect with friends on Facebook and start sharing new and exciting content. Scheme to address declining bee population Adam Cooper, Newstalk ZB April 24, 2013, 7:24
Some return and rebloom when temperatures cool; others die off completely. There are also several summer vegetables that really suffer and eventually die when temperatures remain high in July and August...They flower in April and May and the leaves
How did coffee become more popular in south India and tea in the north?...Legend has it that in the late 16th century while Haji Baba Budan was returning from Haj through Yemen, he found people boiling coffee beans in water and enjoying the decoction.
Human-to-human interaction is not the only way people learn about their environment. Studying the signs and signals of weather, plants, animals, and even ants is a great way to understand how the universe works. According to a new study in Germany
Welsh bee decline action plan to promote allotments Ministers say the loss of bees is 'real threat' to wildlife and food production Encouraging green spaces, gardens and allotments to boost Wales' bee population is part of a new action plan to halt a
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Fear the Fruit Fly Psyllid Discoveries May Prompt Pesticide Spraying Thursday, April 4, 2013 Article Tools The California Department of Food and Agriculture could soon be dispatching squads of pesticide applicators to private residences located near
ments Despite techie distractions, kids still dig ant farms It says something that, in an age of social media and video gaming networks, kids still go wild for ant farms the classic toy that provides a cross section view of the tunnels and chamber