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29th Annual Southern Gardening Symposium at Callaway Gardens: January 23-25, 2015

Early-Bird Discounts for Registration and Room through October 31, 2014 (PRWeb July 29, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12047981.htm

City school kids served vegetables from China

New York’s public-school students are being served collard greens and spinach from China, The Post has learned. Records show that Mount Vernon-based Endico Potatoes supplies the frozen vegetables from the...

Gardening group grows organically

Redland Organic Growers Inc moves to Alexandra Hills Salvation Army Church

Primrose joins program to help deployed military

Primrose Landscaping hopes to inspire other landscapers to help serve veterans who have served our country.

Thousands of pot plants found in Polk County

A man was under arrest and another on the run Monday as authorities cleared more than a dozen marijuana fields complete with a sophisticated irrigation system in Polk County, according to various reports. The Montgomery County Police Reporter said teams from several area agencies were pulling up the plants and hauling them away in trailers. Authorities said they are seeing more and more cases ...

App Finder: Best gardening apps

It's about time to start planting your garden and sprucing up your yard. Here are some apps that will help you get your plants looking their best. GARDEN PLANTS GROWING GUIDE: This app has information on flowers, vegetables and herbs and lets you look up specific plants.

Some upset over pot smokers on Vanc. patio

VANCOUVER, Wash. – A local restaurant and shop is pushing the legal envelope, by allowing customers to smoke pot in a designated spot on its patio. The management at Mint Tea said they’ve had a cannabis-friendly tent set up for a while, and it’s become more popular now that legal retail marijuana is being sold just a few blocks away on Main Street. “We’re just offering a safe place for people to ...

Post Boulevard landscaping starts Aug. 4

Cars enter and exit a roundabout on Post Boulevard on Sunday. The town of Avon will start a long awaited landscaping project along the street next week, as well as replace many burned-out streetlights along the road.

State to re-prioritise irrigation projects

: The Andhra Pradesh government will re-prioritise irrigation projects and adopt the best practices in water conservation to make the State drought-proof in the next five years, Chief Minister N. C...

MILLSTONE: Two charged in thefts from landscaping businesses

MILLSTONE — The New Jersey State Police have arrested two men for allegedly stealing more than $19,000 worth of landscaping equipment in over two dozen thefts from local businesses and residents.

NIA defends DAP funds for Iloilo dam

The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) has defended the release of P450 million from the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) to fund a controversial P11.2-billion mega dam project in Iloilo province.

AeroGrow to Announce First Quarter Financial Results on August 11, 2014

AeroGrow International, Inc. , makers of the AeroGarden® line of indoor gardening products, will announce financial results for its first quarter ended June 30, 2014 on Monday, August 11, 2014, immediately ...

Valley Irrigation to host field days

Valley Irrigation will host two field days this year scheduled in conjunction with two popular trade shows.

Naidu to prioritise irrigation projects

The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Monday spelt out his government’s plans to prioritise irrigation sector projects so that these could benefit the agriculture sector.

Kids’ packed lunches often fall short of dietary guidelines

By Shereen Lehman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Packed lunches that children bring from home are often missing the vegetables, milk and other healthy items recommended by dietary guidelines, says a new study. “Most of the foods we saw were pre-packaged salty snack foods and sugary desserts - we saw much less fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy,” lead author Kristie Hubbard told Reuters Health in ...

6 gardeners receive awards for backyard vegetables

SIX home gardeners were awarded by the Mandaue City Government yesterday, during its culminating activity of Nutrition Month. Mayor Jonas Cortes, in a speech during a ceremony held in front of the City Hall, urged city residents to make urban gardening “a lifestyle”.

Late-summer gardening advice from Adrian Higgins

Here are some tips, and advice, from Adrian Higgins’s July 24 chat about summer gardening.

Farmers thank officials

Thousands of farmers in the fourth district of Quezon have thanked Quezon Rep. Helen Tan and the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) headed by Administrator Florencio F. Padernal and NIA Region 4-A Director Romeo Lopez for the irrigation projects that will be implemented here and other areas.

Small sometimes better in vegetable world

Many vegetables are most delicate, tender and tasty at early stage

Sale Insider, July 28-Aug. 4

Spruce up the patio Now through Aug. 31, Birdsall & Co. has marked down all Barlow Tyrie teak, aluminum, stainless steel and bistro furniture 20-30 percent off, to help keep your patio

Produce from school gardens increasingly ends up in school cafeterias

This year, another Colorado school district will join the growing national movement to bring fresh vegetables from school gardens into school cafeterias, directly onto the plates of the students who grew them.

Irrigation vision to open floodgates to billions

The State Government is preparing to open the floodgates on billions of dollars of investment in irrigated agriculture in WA's north through access to precious groundwater reserves.

Irrigation vision to open floodgates

The State Government is preparing to open the floodgates on billions of dollars of investment in irrigated agriculture in WA's north through access to precious groundwater reserves.

Stockmen to ride tall again

Irrigation projects are sprinkling new hope among remote communities in the Kimberley where Aboriginal stockmen such as Jimmy Shandley once rode tall in the saddle.

Farmers make energy and water savings

Farmers stand to make big savings on both electricity and water if they introduce energy-efficient measures to their irrigation systems.

New cat room dedicated at Tri-County Animal Rescue

Tri-County Animal Rescue dedicated its new Sunshine Cat Room and screened patio Saturday. The new cat room and patio is currently home to 70 cats and kittens at the no-kill shelter. A grand opening and dedication ceremony brought out Boca Raton city officials, pet advocates, facility staff and volunteers, as well as some off-duty firefighters. The facility extended it's Nine Lives for $9 ...

Tour shows off South Hill oases - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 PST

Norma Gavin loves working with plants. Long active in the Spokane gardening community, she is looking forward to sharing her garden during the Associated Garden Clubs’ tour Aug. 3. Now in its 28th year, the tour will feature seven South Hill gardens located within close proximity. The tour runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

EasyTurf Names Latest Reseller to Join Team

EasyTurf, Inc. today named Normac Irrigation and Landscaping Supplies an EasyTurf Authorized Reseller. (PRWeb July 27, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12039845.htm

Landscaping Can Deter Intruders

Done right, landscaping can do much more than attract compliments and boost your property value. It can help you repel intruders, both human and natural.

InventHelp Invention Allows For Easier Opening of Patio Doors (SAH-562)

Pittsburgh-based InventHelp, a leading invention submission company, is submitting the Patio Door Buddy to companies for their review and possible feedback. (PRWeb July 26, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/InventHelp-Inventions/Patio-Door-Buddy/prweb12042382.htm

Modesto's Normac Joins EasyTurf Team

EasyTurf, Inc. today named Normac Irrigation and Landscaping Supplies an EasyTurf Authorized Reseller. (PRWeb July 26, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12039492.htm

Living Smart: How landscaping can deter intruders, pests

Done right, landscaping can do much more than attract compliments and boost your property value. It can help you repel intruders, both human and natural. Landscaping experts who’ve earned high marks from Angie’s List members say overgrown bushes and shrubs are like welcome mats to burglars. Keep plants and trees trimmed. Place thorny but attractive bougainvillea or barberry bushes under windows ...

Outdoor dining standouts for those pleasant summer nights

Just can't get enough outdoor dining in. Who wants to sit inside on these long summer nights? Or even at brunch? For those who are connoisseurs of eating outside, here are three more spots with not only a covetable patio but also covetable food from notable Los Angeles chefs. You can go...

Vegetables taken to allotment fight

One hundred protesters take home-grown vegetables to the High Court ahead of a legal challenge to protect allotments.

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Great Gardening: Shade gardening is a Buffalo thing

Stephen Bellus’ shade garden has about 80 varieties of hostas, including miniatures. Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News

Give meat, vegetables and even fruit rich flavor with a marinade

With the right combinations of spices, oils, vinegars, herbs and seasonings, you can dress up meats, chicken, fish or vegetables and turn inexpensive cuts of beef and pork into tender, delicious meals.

Small is sometimes better in the vegetable world

Truman Capote famously told friends that the very wealthy eat better vegetables — tiny ones. So there's another plus for gardening: It's easier to eat the way the super-rich do.

Hidden Hills Landscaping and Gardening At 818 796-3348 Offers Discounts To New Residents

Hidden Hills Landscaping and Gardening announces that they are offering specials to New Hidden Hills residents who call (818) 796-3348. (PRWeb July 22, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12039683.htm

Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Doesn’t Help You Lose Weight, Study Says

Fruits and vegetables are good for your health, but there's not enough evidence to prove that on their own they can help with weight loss.

Smoking patio at downtown cigar shop approved by council

The owner of a downtown Windsor cigar store is allowed to open up a smoking patio. Windsor City Council went against a staff recommendation and voted in favour of La Casa del Habano of opening the patio. City staff said the request went against bylaws, which only allow sidewalk patios for restaurants and bars.

Landscaping Entrepreneur Explains How Focusing Helped Him Grow Revenue 1400% Over 3 Years

Kevin Knight, the founder and CEO of...

Gardening offers mental, physical health benefits

Gardens can make your lawn look great. But research shows that kind of yard work can make you feel great, too.

Are Organic Vegetables More Nutritious After All?

New data show that organic produce has higher levels of antioxidants. But you can get plenty of those compounds just by eating more fruits and vegetables, no matter how they're grown.

Patio chairs recalled after U.S. reports of rear legs breaking

Nantucket Distributing Co is recalling about 4,000 patio set chairs after reports that the back legs could break and people could fall, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Wednesday. The Middleboro, Massachusetts, company has had two reports of chair legs breaking, with no injuries, the commission said in a statement. The recall includes Nantucket Distributing's resin wicker ...

Research and Markets: UK Fruit & Vegetables Market Report 2014

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Fruit & Vegetables Market Report 2014" report to their off

Seneca Nation commits to native-only landscaping

The Seneca Indian Nation is strengthening its roots to the land with a new commitment to use only indigenous plants and trees in public landscaping. The western New York tribe is believed to be the first ...

Purdue unveils plan for end zone patio area at Ross-Ade Stadium (Photos)

Purdue unveiled its plan for a patio area to be installed in the south end zone of Ross-Ade Stadium.

Patio collapses in West Town

A concrete patio in the West Town neighborhood collapsed overnight, spilling furniture and an air conditioner down a 10-foot hole, authorities said.

How Much Will That Patio or Deck Cost?

Everyone's definition of cheap is different, but decks can be had for as low as $1,000, according to Jessica Piha, a spokeswoman for Porch.com, a website that helps homeowners find the right contractor. The cost to install a 200-square-foot concrete patio is about $740 to $840 on average, according to HomeWyse.com, an online reference for home projects. You probably want something like ...
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