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Falling spring leaves signal problems I've been receiving reports of maple leaves dropping to the ground by the bushel. Some callers are quite concerned about this, and I can see why: from across the yard, it does look like autumn h Posted May 19,
When Tzu Chen first saw camellia trees flourishing in the Waikato, it seeded what could have been viewed as an impossible dream. Chen, an avid tea lover, was struck by the similarities between the camellia and tea plants. It got him thinking that tea
In the shadow of a giant kanji for tea written in living cypress trees, enthusiasts gather every three years in Japan to talk about one of the world's favorite drinks. The World Tea Festival this month celebrated the beverage in all its forms, from
A HOT cup of Ceylon tea is better known as being soothing and relaxing, but Sri Lanka is now marketing its most profitable export as a luxury boost for the libido. The tea industry is increasingly plugging Ceylon's supposed aphrodisiac qualities in a
The giant tea bag weighs 151 kilograms, stands three metres high and would make about 100,000 cups of tea. It will be officially unveiled later this month at Australia's Biggest Morning Tea in Coolum, to raise money for cancer research...Mr Condon is
Mamata Banerjee, West Bengal Chief Minister, said here on Tuesday that two companies that had four of five sister concerns in the State engaged in Ponzi or multi-level marketing schemes would be closed within the next 24 hours. We have given
Pollen Producers Trees that Make You Sneeze Tuesday, April 30, 2013 Article Tools The earth needs trees. They provide food for untold numbers of avian, mammalian, and insect species. They also make the oxygen that most of these species need to exist.
Monday, April 15, 2013 Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution After peaking above the 8,000-mark last week, Atlanta's pollen count continued to drop on Monday. Monday's count, measured by the Atlanta Allergy & Asthma Clinic, was 1,592
EDT , April 12, 2013 Bed bugs have re-emerged as an urban blight in the past several years, forcing people out of homes, resisting chemical pesticides and evading other removal tactics. But researchers are building bug-catchers inspired by an age-old
But the young entrepreneur has proved farming can provide a prosperous future...University graduate Chai Huilong, 24, made a small fortune from his farm last year, but his mother refuses to forgive him for returning to the small village he grew up in.