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Israel on plants and water flow when a light bulb went off in his head. Why not, he thought, use the xylem tissue in plants for water filtration? Now if you remember your high school biology, you'll know that xylem is the stuff in plants that
Arizona Daily Sun 2 hours ago For those of us who fancy we have green thumbs, spending winter in a cold climate can seem interminable. We long for the soothing touch of warm, moist soil sifting through our fingers and the sight of emerging tender
If a cup of tea is not your cup of tea, you may want to reconsider knowing its health benefits...Steeped in health benefits and loaded with healthy compounds and antioxidants its no wonder tea is the most consumed beverage in the world after water. "
Smith Jason Heitschmidt was all smiles Friday at Waterchase Golf Club. With temperatures rising into the mid-60s, accompanied by sunny skies, Heitschmidt expects his course in east Fort Worth to be thick with golfers for the first time in a while. We'
Rare grass pollen found in Mellory Manning's nose and on her clothes was an exact genetic match to plants from a Mongrel Mob pad, a murder trial has heard. Scientists who examined the pollen said it was so rare it was "almost impossible" it came from
The Supreme Court on Friday granted bail to tribal teacher Soni Sori in connection with the Essar-Maoists payoffs case. Sori was accused to receiving money on behalf of Maoists from the Essar Group. Sori has been acquitted in all other cases except
Richard Chai ( detailsjustin /Instagram) As much as we love Fashion Week, anyone who has ever been to the shows will tell you that it's not an easy stroll down the tents. Instead, you have to contend with late start times, harried ticket scanners,
Tea production in 2013 rose by 6.5 per cent from a year earlier to a record 1,200 million kg, the Indian Tea Association said in a statement, as small growers in the northern-eastern part of the country plucked more leaves. India, which is world's
Yet, its younger cousin is garnering significant attention as a superior brew in scientific circles...It's also antifungal, antibacterial and fortifies against the ravages of aging. Oxidation and other trivia According to the Pacific College of
The MetroPlus Team remembers chai wallahs who have brightened their lives High on tea! Darbuk (Fourteen thousand feet) We are on our way to Pengong Tso and we are spending the night in a small cabin en route...From a small stone house set amidst a