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tool goes here I'm no expert on cacti and succulents -- my experience has been limited to a few succulent houseplants (jade plant, sedum, crassula) and the hens and chicks that my mother planted in every one of her gardens. But recently, I've seen
Font Resize The Denver Post When Rose Seemann began looking at the numbers, she was floored to find that the estimated 166 million cats and dogs in the U.S...And that most of the annual droppings ends up in landfills. "Everyone just sees their little
You wouldn't think that the dead of winter would be a good time to sow seeds. But it is, for plants whose seeds need some kind of long-term treatment before they will sprout. Such is the case for the tree peony seeds I recently planted.
One person has died and another eight have been hospitalised after being exposed to harmful bacteria. Nine cases of the potentially-fatal legionnaires' disease, a form of pneumonia, have been reported in Christchurch and the Waimakariri district
It is the highest honor the U.S. government can bestow on a K-12 science teacher, according to a San Juan Unified School district e-newsletter story. Kudos to: Sun Gro Horticulture Accomplishment: The company donated 44,000 pounds of potting soil to
Any small-space gardener will tell you, when you run out of room it's time to get creative. As The Chronicle's rooftop plot reaches maximum capacity, we've been looking for ways to use some empty walls and doors. Fortunately, garden communities
MET ruins marijuana-growers' day August 29, 2012 11:17 AM With a tug of the root and a swing of the machete, camouflaged troopers with the Indiana State Police eradicated marijuana plants from cornfields in Harrison and Scott counties last Tuesday.
July 18, 2012 Growing herbs in the comfort of your own home. (Maureen Zebian/The Epoch Times) Herbs are small but mighty ingredients that can pack a punch in summer recipes. As with shopping for any type of produce, the best ingredients are the
During the nine and a half months of the year when they're out of season, I would pay anything for one delicious, ripe, homegrown tomato. In season, however, tomato values plummet faster than the euro. The cost of growing one yourself can fluctuate
There's perhaps nothing more gratifying than growing your own food. But many of us, standing pole-axed in the garden aisle filled with heat mats, plastic domes, fluorescent lights, and weird flat pellets that expand into potting soil, decide growing