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2015/05/02 05:39
2015/05/02 05:39
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... totally fascinated by nature. Have you ever stopped to consider how much communicating your plants are doing with your soil? I know this notion must seem pretty crazy to many, but nature truly...
2015/05/02 05:39
2015/05/02 05:39
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2015/05/02 03:30
2015/05/02 03:30
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Updated: Friday, May 1 2015, 10:10 PM CDTCaterpillar announced 150 layoffs at its Decatur plant on Friday. All the jobs are full-time production workers. The company says there is weaker demand for...
2015/04/25 02:50
2015/04/25 02:50
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A lot of plants in my front yard have a layer of black covering the tops of the leaves. It’s widespread, not just in one location, probably 30 by 30 feet. Is there some kind of fungus going...
2015/04/24 15:42
2015/04/24 15:42
9d
... the first terrarium in Victorian England. “This guy was studying the chrysalis of a moth or caterpillar in a glass jar he had covered and he noticed that inside the jar life began to take...
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2015/04/23 06:17
2015/04/23 06:17
10d
... already are starting to circle their prey. Coddling moths usually emerge from their caterpillar stage in late April or the beginning of May, but the moths have been out a couple weeks....
2015/04/22 15:56
2015/04/22 15:56
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... Catapillar digs the green shoots. Chrysalis would be a good name for a post bankruptcy Caterpillar. People don't need to build anything anymore. Just make an app, and get fake likes on...
2015/04/22 12:53
2015/04/22 12:53
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Silicon has started hiring the first of what could be as many as 200 workers at its $200 million plant in Burnsville. Johnson spent several minutes with the company’s human resources manager, Mark...
2015/04/22 06:13
2015/04/22 06:13
11d
The concentrations were raised, but the overall level of zinc (going to the wastewater treatment plant) stays the same." Turkle said some of the problem was solved simply by removing an aerator...
2015/04/21 23:26
2015/04/21 23:26
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... beautiful to watch, they're fun to watch and they're educational. They keep all of our plants flowering, help with the environment and also help to pollinate a lot of our food crops," says...
2015/04/20 16:03
2015/04/20 16:03
12d
... in your column, so I thought I'd share a picture of a hornworm that was on my grape plants last year. It was brown and I had never seen one of this color. By the way, I left it alone...
2015/04/19 07:58
2015/04/19 07:58
14d
... life happened. Harry was born in 1922, the first Rustigian raised outside historic Armenia. The planting of muscats by his father was a transmission of culture. The Armenians had been a grape...
2015/04/16 23:39
2015/04/16 23:39
16d
... away the farm." "Incentives are good, but don't be crazy," he said. For example, when Caterpillar Inc. opened a plant in Victoria, the city offered an incentive package that included...
2015/04/15 06:26
2015/04/15 06:26
18d
Caterpillar Construction to cut 280 jobs from its Burnie plant as the company moves partly offshore Mining equipment manufacturer Caterpillar Construction will shed 280 jobs from its Burnie plant as...
2015/04/15 06:26
2015/04/15 06:26
18d
Caterpillar collapse raises more fears for the mining industry in Tasmania Fears have been raised for the future of Tasmania's mining industry in the wake of the closure of Caterpillar in Burnie in...
2015/04/15 06:26
2015/04/15 06:26
18d
Caterpillar collapse raises more fears for Tasmanian mining industry The closure of Caterpillar in Burnie in Tasmania's north west has stoked fears for the future of the state's mining industry. It...
2015/04/14 13:50
2015/04/14 13:50
19d
... more about pollinators and why humans depend on them. Visitors will also be encouraged to plant flowers for pollinators this year, to make sure our environment remains healthy. The exhibit...
2015/04/14 00:37
2015/04/14 00:37
19d
... native broadleaved woodlands, while the native red squirrel is a denizen of foreign conifer plantations); but the real mammalian scourge is the red deer, which is British through and through....
2015/04/13 12:28
2015/04/13 12:28
20d
... in the soil it will promote good bacterial growth and will make nutrients more available to the plants. With more of the macro and micro nutrients available, the plants will then incorporate...
2015/04/12 07:42
2015/04/12 07:42
21d
... loves adventures”. Chris Weeks, 33, from Peterborough, works for construction machinery firm Caterpillar and got the mountain bug a decade ago. Richard Brooks is a 51-year-old lift engineer...
2015/04/11 13:18
2015/04/11 13:18
22d
... industries, including mining and extraction activities, transportation and distribution, plant workers, and maintenance and repair employment. Construction, installation and manufacturing...
2015/05/02 05:39
2015/05/02 05:39
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