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The end of July signals the time to stop fertilizing perennials, shrubs and trees to give new growth time to harden off. Annuals and veggies may still appreciate a weekly weak fertilizer application. With no critical garden tasks other than watering and...
Tags: Chemical Industry
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIt's never been easier to feel like a natural woman. The 1960s mantra about getting ourselves back to the garden now applies to an increasing number of beauty products, with some small companies literally going to the garden and farm to bring customers...
As you news media consumers know, an earth-shaking event took place last week; big enough to blow the presidential campaign, the pope's travels, the Supreme Court and health care, and even Kate Middleton's latest frock off the magazine covers. Yes, it...
Tags: Music, Entertainment, Head Injuries, Bob Dylan, Health
Ken Beerbohm always wanted to be an artist. With a visit to the large basement studio in his Long Reach home, filled with dozens of intricate and undoubtedly unique clay and wire sculptures, it would be easy for any art lover to believe he’s...
Tags: Arts, Career and Workplace, Fine Arts, Sculpture, Artists
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe war on drugs has gotten much tougher for law-enforcement agencies in Jessamine County to fight as “synthetic” drug-like products, which are not marketed for human consumption and are sold over the counter at many convenience stores and...
HARBOR SPRINGS — Recycling is a cinder block in the green movement’s foundation and Northern Michigan does it well. Very well, indeed. Recent years brought dramatic spikes in recycled materials in the four-county region that not only helped...
Money & CompanyCommerce Department and Institute for Supply Management numbers show that construction spending and manufacturing are up....
GreenspaceLos Angeles is expanding its efforts to be the recycling-est city in the country. Starting Tuesday, residents can throw milk, juice, soup and wine cartons into their blue bins. The inclusion of cartons in L.A.'s curbside recycling program could divert.......
Editor's Note: Numerous instances of plagiarism have been discovered in Dan Kimber’s “Education Matters” column, which ran in the News- Press from September 2003 to September 2011. In those columns where plagiarism has been found, a...
FARGO, N.D. -- It may not be a silver bullet, but promoters of a product called Pod Ceal say they have a product may help dry bean, peas and lentils and canola growers cope with wet harvest conditions -- either rain or dew. Andy Steinberger of Gardner,...
ST. LOUIS - The United Soybean Board (USB) wants to see a new federal “USDA Certified Biobased Product” label on the hundreds of soy-based bioproducts the soybean checkoff has helped introduce over the last two decades. The new label, unveiled recently by...
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Sep 30, 2011 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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Nov 26, 2010 |Story| Glendale News Press
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