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A fungicide commonly used on golf courses could hold the key to producing miniaturized corn plants which require less water and fertilizer to grow and be more environmentally friendly, a researcher at Purdue University in Indiana has discovered.
Guests of the Holiday Inn Resort have always enjoyed great discounts at the Holiday Golf Club, just minutes away from the resort, to help them save while they play.
The South Carolina Golf Course Site, http://www.GlensGolfGroup.com, Has Debuted With Fresh Content, New Capabilities And Enhanced Usability For Visitors
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