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How to Trick... uh... Encourage Your Kids to Garden

I love to spend time in my yard.  I'm one of those coo-coo birds who loves to pull weeds!  But even more than I love gardening, I love gardening with my kids. Promote to Mobile 0 read more

Braise those blues away: Coax cold-weather veggies into something warm and wonderful

Even the most dedicated herbivore can get discouraged by the monotony of root vegetables, potatoes, onions, brassicas, and such that crowd our midwinter produce sections. Fortunately, there's a surefire remedy for the winter vegetable blues: braising.

Homeowners Ditch Lawns To Conserve Water Amid State’s Mega-Drought

A local landscaping company is taking advantage of a government rebate and transforming people's lawns to a water-efficient alternative.

Season Stepp: Tips for roasting vegetables

Lately, I have not been able to get enough roasted vegetables. In the cold late-winter months, a big plate of roasted vegetables might be just what you need.

Unresolved matters

A high-level delegation, headed by Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Hossam Moghazi, travelled to the Sudanese capital Khartoum on 21 February for a one-day meeting of the Nile Council of Ministers (Nile-COM).

Jump Start the Gardening Season by Starting Plants from Seed Indoors

Gardening expert Melinda Myers shares indoor gardening tips to insure seed starting success for growing favorite or hard to find vegetable plants and flowers from seed. (PRWeb February 26, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/02/prweb12548108.htm

Delco lecture to address sustainable landscaping

DELAWARE COUNTY Lecture to address sustainable landscaping MEDIA Sustainable landscaping for suburban yards will be the topic at a Penn State Brandywine lecture.

Gardening: Cornelian cherry, tree of many talents

Helps brighten dismal February days with brilliant haze of yellow flowers

Fruits, vegetables to get celebrity-studded marketing campaign; push to begin on social media

NEW YORK, N.Y. - What if cauliflower got the same type of marketing firepower as candy bars and potato chips?

Fruits and vegetables get a star-studded marketing push

NEW YORK (AP) — What if cauliflower got the same type of marketing firepower as candy bars and potato chips?

Barnacle Bud's is back!

The patio will be blanketed in snow, but Barnacle Bud's, 1955 S. Hilbert St., reopens on Friday, Feb. 27. Luckily, there's a warm, dry structure next to the patio for us to reacquaint ourselves with Bud's.

Mother's Federal Hill Grille is getting a major facelift

Renovations include new bar and emphasis on dining area Renovations include new bar and emphasis on dining area

Root vegetables with walnut sage crumble

Apply the same method of a summer fruit crisp to root vegetables for a savory winter crumble. Serve it as a main course for a vegetarian meal, or as an impressive side dish along side a roast.

'Dưa món,' Vietnamese brined vegetables

Dưa món, dried vegetables preserved in spicy fish sauce, is a Vietnamese tradition that can be easily replicated. Use a food dehydrator, or just your oven to dry daikon, carrots, and green papaya. 

Korean stir-fried glass noodles, 'japchae'

Japchae is a stir-fried mix of noodles, vegetables, and meat. Made from sweet potatoes, these noodles are available at most Asian markets.

East Lancashire company restoring Lincoln Castle grounds may come across artefacts

A LANDSCAPING firm chosen to transform the grounds of a historic castle is to be shadowed by an archaeologist in case its workers uncover any centuries-old artefacts.

Bluffton Planning Commission delays vote on outdoor patio, cafe ordinance

A proposal that would place restrictions on outdoor patios and cafes at restaurants in Bluffton’s historic district needs tweaking, according to a town panel. During a meeting Wednesday of the Bluffton Planning Commission, town staff presented an ordinance that would require new restaurants opening in Old Town to meet certain conditions and allow them to have an outdoor patio or cafe as an ...

Fire erupts at Bucks County landscaping business

Crews were called to battle a two alarm fire at a landscaping business in Hulmeville, Bucks County.

Fire At Bucks County Landscaping Business Placed Under Control

Firefighters battled a 2-alarm fire at a Bucks County landscaping business, which broke out shortly before 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Uruguay's Mujica: Guantanamo turned inmates 'halfway into vegetables'

By Malena Castaldi MONTEVIDEO (Reuters) - Six former Guantanamo Bay prisoners sent to Uruguay as part of a push by President Barack Obama to close the U.S. military's prison camp in Cuba were "turned halfway into vegetables" during their detention, outgoing President Jose Mujica said on Wednesday. In an interview four days before his predecessor Tabare Vazquez takes office, Mujica said the six ...

Duke student clinic wins Fourth Circuit case

Duke University's Appellate Litigation Clinic, which relies on the work of law school students, won an appeal brought to the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, which covers North Carolina.

Nonprofits offer native plants, gardening tips in spring sales

Spring plant sales bring happy gardeners in March, April.

Bringing water to make the land lush and alive

No, you can't possibly write that down, says Gary Rooney for the 100th time during a day spent jolting over back roads, touring his $115 million irrigation system in South Canterbury.

Best Farmers’ Markets In Los Angeles

The area is full of farmers producing phenomenal vegetables, fruits and other concoctions like jams that are available year round.

Dairy Herd Management

Farmers using center pivot irrigation should pay special attention this year to make sure the system has plenty of clearance, says Lyndon Kelley, aPurdue and Michigan State Extension specialist.

Landscaper accused of failing to deliver promised services

Consumers can protect themselves by taking these steps. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has announced a lawsuit against the owner of a Medina-area landscaping service accused of failing to deliver promised services to consumers and performing shoddy work.

Try winter gardening activities for kids

Winter gardening-type activities for children can make gardeners for life, said a University of Illinois Extension horticulture educator.

Drying times at Opuha Dam

Irrigation from the Opuha Dam ends today, and with much of the lakebed now exposed, maintenance of the area is being considered.

Windsor gardeners shield plants from extremely cold February

Green thumbs with cabin fever are itching to get their hands back in the dirt but talking about gardening Monday night at the Windsor Public Library had to suffice for now. The film explores the role of seven urban community gardens as sources of fresh, nutritious food, outdoor classrooms and places of healing, among other things.

'Gardening in Nevada' digs into succulent and fruit tree care

Gardening in Nevada can be challenging. But before digging in this spring, you can get some free advice from the experts with the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension and their...

A Duck in a Truck and Gorilla Gardening? It can only be Camp Bestival's Greatest Tent on Earth line up

THE greatest tent on earth is sure to be a crowd pleaser at Camp Bestival with gorilla gardening, duck in a truck and the BRIT School.

AP irrigation dept is now ‘Water Resources Department’

Andhra Pradesh Government has renamed the Irrigation & Command Area Development Department as ‘Water Resources Department’. According to a Government Order issued here on Tuesday, the newly cr...

Gardening gifts for mum

As spring arrives, so do new gardening tools, sundries, gadgets and seeds, which are timely additions to the wealth of possible presents to give your gardening mum on Mother's Day.

Chipotle receives OK for north Bibb County restaurant with patio seating

A permit to allow Chipotle Mexican Grill with patio seating in north Bibb County was approved Monday by the zoning commission. Click to Continue »

Hoffmann Brat Haus Restaurant Opens New Patio with State Street Views

Hoffmann Brat Haus , Santa Barbara’s only German-style restaurant, is pleased to announce the completion of its outside patio remodel — complete with newly installed gas lamps — inviting customers to celebrate traditional German beer, gourmet brats, a new wine list and additional perks around the large new fire pit.

Medina landscaper accused of performing shoddy work

A lawsuit was announced today by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine against John M. Capone, owner ofEmpire Landscaping and Irrigation. reported losses against the landscaper.The lawsuit claims Capone has us...

Vegetables prices soar 100% on water shortage and scorching heat

Vegetable prices jumped upto 100 per cent so far this month in local market here on reduced supply from state farmers due to acute shortage of water for irrigation. Sudden rise in temperature has also caused damage to harvested crop while on transit in vehicles.

Milwaukee's best bar patio/view, 2015

Although we tinkered a bit this year, combining the best patio and best view categories, the results haven't changed all that much. Read on to see which bar OnMilwaukee.com readers say offers the best patio and/or view.

Home Help: Low-maintenance landscaping ideas

Low- and no-maintenance features top the list when making over outdoor living spaces because less time maintaining means more time enjoying. Landscape professionals love to share their secrets when designing low-maintenance outdoor spaces.

NIA cancels P10-M Aurora irrigation project

The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) has cancelled a P10-million irrigation project here due to a right of way problem. Angelito Miguel, manager of the NIA’s Bulacan-Aurora-Nueva Ecija  (BANE) division, on Friday said they realigned the budget allocated for the Umiray irrigation project although it had been awarded to a winning contractor. BANE is one of three divisions of the NIA Region ...

Fire distribution center at fairgrounds needs volunteers to sort, organize, ASAP

The Salvation Army is needing to move all of the items they have in the Patio building to a larger building starting Monday February 23rd. They also have an additional semi truck full of donations that needs to be sorted and stocked for distribution.

Gardening calendar: sow chillies and recycle hyacinths

Top ten gardening tasks to keep you busy in the week ahead

Sunview Patio Doors launches video series

Sunview Patio Doors launches video series

Irrigation gains reflected in updated Overseer

Irrigating farmers and growers will soon have greater confidence in the outputs OVERSEER® Nutrient budgets (Overseer) generates with the release of the nutrient budget model’s new comprehensive irrigation module.

Netafim Pays Tribute To 50 Years of Drip Irrigation Innovation at World Ag Expo

Netafim USA, the global leader in irrigation, celebrated 50 years of drip irrigation innovation during the World Ag Expo in Tulare, California. Marking five decades since the compa

Research and Markets: Micro Irrigation Systems Market - Global Industry Analysis 2015-2020

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Micro Irrigation Systems Market (Types - Sprinkler Irri

Micro Irrigation Systems (Sprinkler Irrigation System and Drip Irrigation System) Market - Global Industry Analysis ...

Dublin, Feb. 16, 2015-- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Micro Irrigation Systems Market- Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2014- 2020" ...

Dirt Cheap landscaping evolves and expands

NEWTON — Over the last six years, a landscaping business — based in Newton but serving all of Sussex County — called Dirt Cheap has evolved in more ways than owner, Keith Raff, ever fathomed imaginable.

SecureTurf Hires Mr. Eric Smith for Landscaping & Landscape Design

SecureTurf, is growing in all areas of landscaping in the Charlotte metro area. To assist with the growth, they have hired Mr. Eric Smith as the new Project Coordinator for the landscape design division. (PRWeb February 10, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Secure/Turf/prweb12503076.htm

New patio being built at Fraze Pavilion

A new patio deck is one of several new features that will greet fans at Fraze Pavilion this spring. The new 50-by-20 foot patio area, which is being built inside one of the fountain ponds at the outdoor music venue, will be available for rent during events. It will sit on the water on the west end of the Lincoln Park Commons and will accommodate roughly 30 people at tables and chairs, according ...
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