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CR Provides Ten Tips to Save Money and Time for a Perfect Do-It-Yourself Lawn YONKERS, N.Y., April 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The weather is warming up and lawn owners are hitting the turf once again in hopes to create the perfect lawn.
For the first time, a comprehensive digital soil map of sub-Saharan Africa is going to be made and released to the public.
By MARY REID BARROW By Mary Reid Barrow Correspondent So, you've spent most every summer weekend mowing your lawn. Now you're about to spend your fall weekends fertilizing and planting grass seed so you will have even more grass to mow next spring and summer.
Midlands Minerals Corporation ("Midlands" or the "Company")(TSX VENTURE: MEX) is pleased to announce the commencement of additional soil sampling on its Sian and Praso projects in Ghana.
By Anonymous Dynamic Compost Tea, based in Nelson, New Zealand, brews compost tea in a 2,000-liter silo. It takes about 24 hours, with 150 liters resulting from every 15 metric tons of compost with each batch tested before use.
By Robert H. Schuler Q: I live in Pomona and have a 10-year-old navel orange tree that produces fruit that is inconsistent in sweetness. The fruit is good every year, but some years (three years ago, for example) the fruit was outstanding in sweetness.
Environmental officials have warned that dangerous levels of lead may exist in urban gardens throughout the United States. Boston University School of Public Health professor Wendy Heiger-Bernays said gardens in most U.S.
Homeland Security Network (Pink Sheets:HSYN), doing business as Global Ecology Corporation (GEC), announced today that it has taken sludge samples from its first four potential water and soil remediation projects in the U.S.
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Scientists are analyzing results from soil samples delivered several weeks ago to science instruments on NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander to understand the landing site's soil chemistry and mineralogy.