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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Art in the Park shoppers snap up Lego bowtiesnew parts. At art fairs, Saqouy makes sales and cashes customers out. "I like
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 2 days ago
new parts. At art fairs, Saqouy makes sales and cashes customers out. "I like how I can help out as much as I want and how I plant trees around the world," Saqouy said. The Wrays donate Legos they don't use to schools that have Lego programs. They... Read more
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Weekly Times
Ideal match of data and old-school skillson the weed problem I’m chasing. If it’s barley grass — which can be a problem
Weekly Times / Posted 8 days ago
on the weed problem I’m chasing. If it’s barley grass — which can be a problem with the seeds getting into lambs’ eyes — I plant wheat.” Following those crops, Gordon has been renovating up to 70ha/year of pastures with clover, fescue,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Towering tribute: Scott Twp. couple recreate popular botanical garden in meticulous backyardand plant according to color and texture and size,” Kathy Hryhorcoff said. “I a
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
and plant according to color and texture and size,” Kathy Hryhorcoff said. “I always like a spike (accent plant), too, and I plant them right in the center. It’s visually pleasing.” The Hryhorcoffs also grow vegetables. They used to have an... Read more
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asianage
Assam: Two tea gardens get world’s first jumbo-friendly tagpolice station and the distance between the two farms is 10-12 km. Both the far
asianage / Posted 16 days ago
police station and the distance between the two farms is 10-12 km. Both the farms produce 6,000 kg of tea in a year. “I plant trees like guava, jackfruit and others for a perfect ecosystem. There are no big trenches or fencing in my farms and... Read more
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Broomfield Enterprise
Mountain of joysome wonderful potential medicinal qualities. Oregano is easy to grow. It like
Broomfield Enterprise / Posted 19 days ago
some wonderful potential medicinal qualities. Oregano is easy to grow. It likes full sun and average well-draining soil. I plant oregano everywhere. It's easy to divide in the spring. I put little clumps of it in my vegetable garden to attract... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
African Peasants Highlight Their Struggles At Via Campesina Global Conferenceaway from Cape Town. She grows a variety of vegetables, that is the way she co
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
away from Cape Town. She grows a variety of vegetables, that is the way she contributes in building food sovereignty. "I plant tomato, unions, beetroot, cabbage and carrots. The struggle for food sovereignty has to be practical, too", she... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Cullen: Made to thrive in the shadea shade gardener, especially under mature trees where tree roots compete with s
The Sudbury Star / Posted a month ago
a shade gardener, especially under mature trees where tree roots compete with smaller plants at their feet for water. When I plant in a densely shaded area, I spread 12 to 15 cm of new triple mix or other quality garden soil on the existing ground,... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Ask a Master Gardener: Tree quandary and the pesky, stinky Japanese beetlesfall. Tilling it in the fall is preferred, but early spring is also OK. Q. I r
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted a month ago
fall. Tilling it in the fall is preferred, but early spring is also OK. Q. I received a tropical hibiscus as present. Can I plant it outside, or what else might I do with it? A. It will love the heat and humidity we are having from now through... Read more

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