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As per the Supreme Court's order societies constructed after the year 2000 had to have a compost pits, now, the PMC plans to implements to the make compost pits compulsory for constructions before 2000 and societies having over 50 flats. "This is
Imperial landscaping was established to meet the commercial and residential demands for landscaping and lawn care in the Triad area. We are always striving to do more then just satisfy our clients because we provide the highest standard in lawn care.
Complete with solar panels and a rainwater filtration system, the compact home is designed to have the smallest possible carbon footprint. Students have been working in teams to finish the house on a tight schedule. The summer camp organized by the
I'm finding a lot of fly larvae in my compost (ugh!) and want to know what I can do about it? Answer: The likely problem is that your compost is not hot enough to kill the larvae...If you already turn it, and it still isn't hot, it might not have
Arizona Daily Sun 17 minutes ago Surprising is the word that best typifies Master Gardener training. I've gardened since I was 15 in various places throughout the United States before coming to Flagstaff 10 years ago. After gardening here for 10
A layer of insulating mulch will keep your plants hydrated longer and squeeze the most out of what moisture they can get. For mulch, use several sheets of newspaper (yet another use for The Bee), covered with an inch of compost or bark. Organic
Since the dawn of agriculture, humans feel the urge to plant flowers and food crops after a long, cold winter. But as the weeks pass into midsummer, rising heat and fair weather activities can diminish that early drive to get out into the garden.
One day after California's water board approved $500 fines for outdoor water waste, people are reporting problems in parks and city sidewalks. When people see a puddle or a leak, they're pulling out their cellphone to report the problem. The wrinkles
Program manager Hannah Bird explains that eight interns and two caretakers were chosen from a field of 30 applicants. "We were looking for those who are good with people because they will be working on the front lines educating others and those who
Contra Costa Master Gardener Steve Griffin says the key to pest management for a healthy planet is to accept that you're going to have pests in your garden and work toward creating a balance -- some good, some bad bugs. "Accept that no garden is