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Man, 19, stabbed at Rudy's patio in downtown Winnipeg

A 19-year-old man is in hospital this morning after being stabbed at a downtown Winnipeg restaurant patio Thursday.

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.

Appeal after hospital's gardening equipment is stolen

POLICE are urging people to be on the look-out for gardening equipment stolen in a hospital burglary.

English Gardens offers fall seminars

English Gardens will host free gardening presentations throughout September and October.

Medicine wheel garden unveiled at Scott Collegiate

Students at Scott Collegiate will return to some new landscaping thanks to community organizations in the neighbourhood. On Wednesday, a new medicine-wheel garden located in the front entrance of the school was revealed.

'I might be a gardenista - but my gin and tonics have never been better'

According to a survey, more young people than ever are taking to gardening, even choosing it over watching TV. Here, Liz Walters, a self-confessed 'gardenista' explains how her green-fingers have taken over her social life - not to mention her bank balance

Boys create WW1 trench in garden

As landscaping projects go, it is an unusual one - but for two schoolboys a First World War trench is the perfect addition to their back garden.

No decision on protested Fins expansion

A hearing on the proposed expansion of Fins on Route 1 drew five nearby residents. Fins is seeking to expand into space previously occupied by a mattress store – creating 40 additional interior seats. It has also asked to expand outside with a 614-square-foot patio with 40 exterior seats. Residents from Beachaven and the local community protested the application, saying the outdoor expansion ...

Sacramento's Normac Joins EasyTurf Team

EasyTurf, Inc. today named Normac Irrigation and Landscaping Supplies as an EasyTurf Authorized Reseller for Greater Sacramento, CA. (PRWeb August 21, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12101495.htm

Is a new generation of gardeners blooming?

The culture of gardening has changed in recent years, with many now in their teens, twenties and early thirties picking up a spade

Gold Hill irrigation district pipeline project underway

GOLD HILL, Ore. -- Construction on improvements to the Gold Hill irrigation District's Diversion Dam are underway.  Crews are working to place a pipeline underground to replace nearly a century old technology.  Water Watch, a non-profit organization, teamed up with the irrigation district to help get the river diversion up to state and federal standards. ...

Irrigation pond gets finishing touches

The Morven Glenavy Ikawai Irrigation scheme is nearing completion with the finishing touches being put on the Hornells Road Pond.

Irrigation season coming to end, area farmers preparing

The end of irrigation season for farmers means a more expenses. Water from Caballo Dam, which is downstream of Elephant Butte will be shut of this Saturday. Promote to Mobile 0 read more

EaterWire: Produce Row's Seafood Boil; SE Wine's Block Party

CENTRAL EASTSIDE INDUSTRIAL— Produce Row's back patio will be littered in clam and crab shells this Saturday, August 23, as the bar throws its summer-celebrating Seafood Boil from 4-7p.m. Each $17 bucket will feature clams, crab, shrimp, sausages, and...

Frontenac OKs plans for craft distillery

FRONTENAC • Mastermind Vodka, a small craft distilling operation with a bar and restaurant, was approved for licensing by the Frontenac Board of Aldermen on Tuesday night despite objections of a few residents who opposed the planned 24-seat patio with food and alcohol.

Why Vegetables Get Freakish In The Land Of The Midnight Sun

Long summer days in Alaska help cabbages, turnips and other vegetables grow to gargantuan sizes. These "giants" are celebrated at the annual state fair, which kicks off on Thursday.

Gardening lessons learned from the farm

Couple who left academia to become farmers retire to become gardeners, but still use professional tricks.

Homeowners being told to tear down patio covers in place for years

They say the sins of the father are visited upon the son. That seems to be just what's happening in a central valley home owners association.

Mt. Prospect board debates couple's lakeside deck

Andrew and Alice Kalinowski's new patio and deck behind their Mount Prospect home has been widely praised by neighbors and even Mayor Arlene Juracek. But it also violates village zoning rules. Now village leaders are trying to decide how to bring the property back within the rules without dismantling the couple's work.

Neighbors question city landscaping work at home owned by N. Charleston mayor's son

North Charleston has spent $37,000 on extensive landscaping and other improvements by city work crews at a house owned by Elliott Summey, the mayor's son and vice chairman of Charleston County Council.

‘The Gardening Guy’ Paul James is featured speaker for Kingwood Garden Club September meeting

Paul James was the creator, writer, producer and host of “Gardening by the Yard” television show which aired on HGTV from 1996 to 2009.

Landscaping equipment stolen

MANALAPAN — Police are investigating the theft of landscaping equipment valued at $1,000 from a home on Church Lane on Aug. 9. read more

Texas official wants inmates to replace workers

WACO, Texas — A Central Texas county commissioner is looking at replacing two employees who do landscaping with prison inmates, but the proposed 2015 budget calls for adding new positions and restoring a 5 percent pay cut that elected officials took last year.

Kansas State University’s Freddie R. Lamm Named Recipient of the 2014 Netafim Award For Advancement In Microirrigation

In recognition of more than a quarter-century spent on the development and adaptation of subsurface drip irrigation through field research, education and support of the microirrigation community of scientists, Freddie R.

Patio series to host jazz and R&B artist

A Calgary-based, Swedish-born vocalist with a style heavily based in jazz and R&B will soon be making her way to the Festival Place Patio Series.

IRRI expands tech that cuts farmer’s water expense, greenhouse gas emission

The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) is expanding use of alternate wetting and drying (AWD) technology among Angat farmers to help cut irrigation expense and reduce emission of methane to the environment. Farmers around the Angat area in Bulacan should take advantage of AWD as they experience water dearth. “They get less and less water, so farmers have the interest to save water ...

Forget Moving to the City—These Kids Are Farming Their Dreams at Home

Growing up poor in South Africa, Phakamani Xaba helped his mother tend to vegetables. “We didn’t have enough time to go out and play, so our game was planting vegetables,” says Xaba in a new video from Perennial Plate.

The Eve Irrigation System hopes to make your garden perfect

The Eve Irrigation controller uses the Adam moisture sensor and weather info from SmartThings to set up a perfect watering schedule.

Move over tomatoes and cucumbers: How to grow fall vegetables

Growing fall vegetables is like having another whole growing season in the garden. Cool weather brings out the best flavour from veggies like kale, broccoli and carrots.

Research and Markets: Global Water Supply and Irrigation Systems - Strategic Business Report 2014

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Water Supply and Irrigation Systems - Global Strategic

Why young people find gardening cooler than the movies

Gardens are a perfect place to retreat from digital living, says 27-year-old Chelsea Flower Show gold medallist Hugo Bugg

Crest Hill agrees to pair up with Romeoville on landscaping project

CREST HILL – With construction work at the intersection of Weber and Renwick roads complete, now comes the curb appeal. Crest Hill City Council approved an intergovernmental agreement with the Village of Romeoville to split initial costs and maintenance for landscaping and lighting.

Joseph Cramer, M.D.: Lessons learned from burnt vegetables

Recently, my wife almost burned down the house. She was cooking some vegetables and forgot to turn off the oven. No, she did...

Doug Robinson: So little time, so many veggies to eat

Some experts recommend we eat 7-10 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Are they kidding?

Irrigation officials face corruption charges

At least 53 persons allegedly involved in multi-million-peso anomalous projects of the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) face corruption charges before the Office of the Ombudsman. Led by former NIA Caraga regional manager Modesto Membreve, they are accused of violating the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act and the Government Procurement Act. ...

Bulldog Drive project 90 percent complete

The roadwork along Bulldog Drive was completed on schedule but there will be a wait before the new traffic signal is connected, an improved pump station installed and more landscaping added.

Ground-breaking gardening project earns supported of MP

A GARDENING scheme which helps unemployed people get back to work has been visited by an MP.

Birds Eye® Vegetables and Disney® Team Up to Launch Veggin’ In LA with Laura Marano Sweepstakes

Birds Eye® frozen vegetables and the Walt Disney Company® are teaming up to increase vegetable consumption among children in the United States. The launch of this joint initiative, The Veggin’ In LA With Laura Marano Sweepstakes presented by Birds Eye, will show kids that veggies can be fun, cool, and delicious.

Vegetables cost less, thanks to more yield in Vellore

A Rs. 5 dip sends consumers’ joy up

The Pocket Mirror: Sitting on the patio with Max

I do not want to be the big looking glass of civilization but just the little pocket mirror of everyday life. — Peter Altenberg

GrowFL Announces 2014 Florida Companies to Watch Winners

GrowFL, the Economic Gardening Institute, is pleased to announce the winners of the annual Florida Companies to WatchSM awards program. Fifty leading second-stage companies have been selected from more than 500 nominations statewide.

BRB: Monk's Kettle Closing Briefly to Add Patio, More Drafts

Craft-beer nerds know The Monk's Kettle is one of the city's best when it comes to sourcing unique brews—provided you can score a seat in the petite, always-crowded space. They're now looking to alleviate that problem by closing up...

Trouble with gardening gimmicks is often in the details

There's a problem out there that I see every day. I call them 'gimmicks' because they are ideas that don't really work. Actually, they might work for a short time, and then problems crop up.

Research and Markets: Dried Vegetables and Mushrooms Market in Egypt: Business Report 2014

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Dried Vegetables and Mushrooms Market in Egypt: Busines

Coming Attractions: The former El Patio Restaurant at...

The former El Patio Restaurant at 3193 Mission Street is set to become a new bar and chili outpost, courtesy of local brewing outfit Old Bus Tavern and chili pop-up Barchili, which has been making weekly appearances up the street...

Jain Returns to Profit in India as Irrigation Sales Increase

Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. (JI) , Asia’s top irrigation-equipment maker, returned to profit in the first quarter, helped by growth in its micro-irrigation business and improved sales in water-challenged India.

Spices and Herbs Bring Out the Best of Summer Vegetables

We all want to eat more vegetables -- and in the summer, when farmers markets and grocery stores are filled with fresh, colorful produce, it's easier than ever. From juicy red tomatoes and yellow sweet ...

Irrigation auditing/scheduling software migrates to ‘the cloud’

Irrigation system managers can design systems anywhere there’s Wi-Fi Writer: Robert Burns, 903-312-3199, rd-burns@tamu.edu COLLEGE STATION – A newly launched website will allow persons to audit an irrigation system completely from the field using mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service engineer. “This is a major […]

NVB Landscape Offers Unmatched Landscaping Services to Indianapolis Residents

Those who are looking for the best-in-class yet affordably-priced landscaping services for residential and commercial spaces in Fishers, Indianapolis and surrounding areas can fully rely on NVB Landscape. (PRWeb August 08, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/landscaping-carmel-indian/nvblandscape/prweb12082130.htm

There’s a limit to how much fruit and vegetables are good for you

Health benefits seem to max out at four servings a day
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