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2014-04-07 23:28:22

Pirate Jonny gets interviewed by host of I Love it Spicy website and shows off its new national Scovie Awards. Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) April 07, 2014 Pirate Jonny's Caribbean BBQ Rubs, Seasonings and Sauces gets noticed at the Fiery Foods Trade Show and Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico by "Fiber Joe" of the I love it Spicy website where Jonathan Toner, aka, Pirate Jonny, explains the origins and mix of gourmet award winning products for consumers. Jon Toner, aka...

2013-11-15 23:01:26

Based on a new study, the native guava tree in Brazil is not the source of the pathogen that causes eucalypt rust disease. Scientists from Brazil’s Universidade Federal de Viçosa, the U.S. Forest Service and Washington State University are digging deeper to learn more about the invasive pathogen Puccinia psidii, which is not only impacting eucalypt plantations in Brazil and native eucalypts in Australia but other diverse myrtaceous tree species such as allspice, clove and rose apple...

2010-11-10 00:00:42

B&R Liquid Adventure Introduces Stellar New Flavors & Enjoys Swift Distribution as the Kombucha Category Resets to Deliver Goodness to Everyone Rolling Hills Estates, CA (PRWEB) November 9, 2010 B&R Liquid Adventure, LLC, a California startup focused on delivering quality kombucha with unprecedented taste, today announced three new additions to its family of Búchaâ“ž¢ Live Kombucha. Blood Orange, Grapefruit Sage and Guava Mango are the...

2009-08-01 14:54:38

A Southeast Asian fruit fly has been detected in the Americas for the first time and threatens fruit farms in Southern California. The California Department of Food and Agriculture announced Friday that seven white-striped fruit flies had been found in traps in Los Angeles County. The female flies lay eggs on fruit, especially guava and mango. When the larvae hatch, they tunnel through the fruit, making it unfit for consumption. The state planned to begin putting out traps for the flies...

2008-08-12 00:00:23

By Joeanna Rebello MUMBAI: Who knew the Garden of Eden had been relocated to the Mumbai Port Trust? On the terrace of one of its canteens, no less. The fruits of this kingdom swallow the eye-guavas hang like cannonballs , the lemons are pert and the pomegranates polished. Dragonflies , butterflies and birds are this emerald city's flying squadron and slothful caterpillars and other creeps, its ground police. Mistress of these sights is catering manager of MPT Preeti Patil. The patch of...

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2008-05-22 10:25:00

U.S. Forest Service scientists with the Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry have submitted a proposal to release a Brazilian insect to control the spread of strawberry guava, a South American tree that has invaded and degraded native Hawaiian ecosystems since it was introduced in 1825 as a garden plant.The scientists are working in collaboration with the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, and Hawaii Department of Agriculture, agencies responsible for issuing permits...