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Volunteers clean up Drexel Hill Middle School

DREXEL HILL - If you drive by Drexel Hill Middle School, check out the landscaping. Students, faculty, and parents gave up their Saturday to give a face-lift outside and in the building.

TV reviews: Gardening Australia, Ice Age and Timber


Gardening with hydroponics

Hydroponics may sound new age and faddish, but the practice of growing plants in water, not soil, has been around for centuries.

New landscaping to be revealed today at West Palm Beach’s Gaines Park

New landscaping will be unveiled from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. today at West Palm Beach’s Gaines Park, in the 1500 block of Australian Avenue.

Time to cut back on watering landscape

Q: How often am I supposed to be watering my landscaping this time of year? – T.O., Albuquerque

Graham Ross tips vertical gardens as hot ticket item

Climate and soil combination creates gardening challenges for Canberrans, says Graham Ross.

Fruits and vegetables intake fail to meet WHO recommendations

Three in four adults worldwide do not meet the World Health Organization recommended minimum of five servings (or 400 grams) of fruits and vegetables per day.

NE Ohio residents report bad landscaping jobs

Residents in four northeast Ohio communities report unfinished landscaping jobs to the Ohio Attorney General's office.

Using gardening to boost patients' spirits

Sitting tall in his electric wheelchair, Reggie Tillman picked up a flower and scissors and began snipping.

Plants’ irrigation needs vary by season

Plants’ irrigation needs vary from month to month

Major award for Narrawong garden

NARRAWONG’S Timandra Design and Landscaping has been awarded one of the highest accolades at the 2014 Victorian Landscape Awards.

Narrawong garden wins major landscape award

NARRAWONG’S Timandra Design and Landscaping has been awarded one of the highest accolades at the 2014 Victorian Landscape Awards.

Why Food Network Star Sunny Anderson Can't Eat Vegetables

The chef shares the real reason why her cookbooks mostly feature meat recipes.

Big turn out for Justin Crabbe landscaping day

Homes for our Troops, Yucaipa Valley Blue Star Mother’s, Elks, local school and community groups galore came out to work on Sunday, Oct. 19 for injured veteran Justin Crabbe’s landscape volunteer day.

Window Expo Prepares for the Holidays

Extend the season in the patio room with the help of Window Expo. (PRWeb October 24, 2014) Read the full story at

Winter gardening in Mendocino County

It's that time of the year again, and local gardeners are prepping their gardens to survive during the fall and winter season.

Garden classes have openings

Gardening classes will be held Nov. 14 and 15 in Augusta. Sponsored by the Augusta Council of Garden Clubs and the Azalea District, Course II of the Gardening Study School is open to everyone. Participants can sign up for all four sessions or select classes.

NID limits sale of irrigation water

The Nevada Irrigation District has suspended sale of fall season irrigation water in order to preserve more water in storage as a cushion against continued drought.

Valmont Announces Third Quarter 2014 Results

OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Valmont Industries, Inc. (NYSE: VMI), a leading global provider of engineered products and services for infrastructure and mechanized irrigation equipment for ...

Chop and shop: online veg shopping gets easier

From offering cut vegetables to using ozone technology in cleaning greens, ensuring minimal human intervention while packaging to express deliveries, online retailers are innovating to reach increasingly harried consumers.

New Smyrna Beach police search for woman in patio furniture, plant theft

New Smyrna Beach police are searching for the woman they say stole patio furniture and plants from a local business. Police said the theft was reported at AA Garden Fusion on Flagler Avenue on Oct. 19. The woman was caught on surveillance video taking patio furniture and plants from the store and putting them in the car, according to police. The business owner told police the furniture, which ...

UPRIIS raises concerns on possible abolishment of irrigation fees

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO -- The bill pushing for the abolishment of the irrigation service fees (ISF) may ease the burden of the farmers but it may also cripple the efficiency of the National Irrigation Administration (NIA), which collects ISF from farmers to sustain its operation and maintenance including salaries and allowances of its employees, a to

BART postpones herbicide plan in El Cerrito

EL CERRITO -- BART has postponed a plan to spray herbicide in landscaping areas along its transportation corridor through the city because of residents' inquiries and complaints.

Second phase of gray water trials to begin at Texas A&M AgriLife center in Uvalde

Trial will help determine feasibility for landscape irrigation UVALDE – The second phase of a study on the use of gray water for landscape irrigation will soon be underway and its results may affect how municipalities view gray water as an alternative non-potable water source statewide and beyond, said the Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist […]

Urban gardening: Work slows, but doesn’t stop, when October rolls around

In October, an urban garden requires a flurry of cleaning, harvesting, preserving ? and planting.

Council nixes plans for restaurant patio insurance increase

After weeks of push-back on a proposed increase, city council has agreed to keep patio insurance at a collective $2-million for restaurant owners in Halifax. At first, council wanted costs bumped up to $5-million, then they took that number down to $3-million, but after last night’s public hearing on the matter, patio insurance is going Read the Rest of the Entry

Night on the tiles! Man wakes up after night's drinking to discover he'd stolen a PATIO

A MAN truly had a night on the tiles after he woke up after a night's drinking to discover he'd stolen his neighbour's PATIO.

Guerrilla gardening in the UK is a sign of failure

Guerrilla gardening may be in the media spotlight, but its secretive, maverick mentality is a self-centered response to urban problems. We can set our sights much higher, argues Martin Allen Its always surprised me how quickly guerrilla gardening has become so readily accepted in the nations newspapers and magazines as an exciting thing to do. The media love it; growing things without permission ...

Boiling Cajun patio catches fire

The Harris County fire marshal is investigating after a patio hut caught fire at the Boiling Cajun restaurant in Northwest Harris County Tuesday night.

Halifax council does away with increased insurance for patios, season gets extended

Just three people showed up for the public hearing on HRM’s proposed patio bylaw, but they succeeded in getting their top complaint addressed. The three speakers each started their comments to council Tuesday evening with a request to eliminate the … Continue Reading

Eating fruit and vegetables makes you happy

Sydney, Oct 22 (IANS) Australian researchers said Wednesday that eating large amounts of fruit and vegetables can make you happier.

Farmers to get the full Ruataniwha facts on 4 Nov

Federated Farmers and Irrigation NZ have joined forces to give farmers the facts they need to make decisions on Ruataniwha dam water.

Now or never for Ruataniwha irrigation

Irrigation New Zealand and Federated Farmers are putting pressure on Hawke's Bay growers and farmers to commit to the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme.

Ten fruits and vegetables you’re storing wrong

They don?t belong in the same drawer; follow these tips to cut down on waste and prolong shelf life.

Federal agency stalls irrigation water project over contract

EPHRATA – A privately-financed proposal to bring surface water to about 14,000 acres of farmland near Moses Lake has stalled.

Major landscaping effort planned for Dock Street

A stretch of the Virginia Capital Trail near Richmond’s Tobacco Row is about to get a whole lot greener.

Celebrate the Pre-Grand Opening of Villaggio Reserve Patio Villas on Nov. 1

Villaggio Reserve introduces the next phase of development with the Pre-Grand Opening of the Patio Villas. (PRWeb October 20, 2014) Read the full story at

System Pavers Donates Paving Stone Patio to Local Garden

The Elk Grove Community Garden and Learning Center has rooted themselves in service for the local suburban neighborhood of Hampton Village and beyond. For over a decade, generous groups of volunteers have ...

HealthTalk: Cruciferous Vegetables and Their Health Benefits

By Karen Collins, MS, RDN, CDN, FAND - Q: I hear a lot about cruciferous vegetables, but what else does this include besides broccoli? Do the others offer the same health benefits?

Canned Fruits And Vegetables Tied To Better Nutrition For America's Kids

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Canned fruits and vegetables play a role in improving children's overall diet quality according to new research revealed at two leading nutrition conferences this week, the American College of Nutrition (ACN) and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' 2014 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo™ (AND FNCE®). The study found that children who ate canned ...

Federal backing touted for five crucial Tasmanian irrigation projects

Tasmania's irrigation body says five projects highlighted by the Federal Government are "shovel-ready" and just need funding.

Gardening society hopes to grow new members

A VILLAGE gardening society hopes to attract a new generation of keen young gardeners.

Your Friday Faves: Houston's Top 10 Patios

Now that we have perfect patio weather, here are some of ABC-13 viewers' favorite outdoor dining spots!

Vegetables: Are they the new bacon? José Andrés and other chefs think so.

Jos Andrs announces plans for a vegetable-focused fast-casual chain.

Horseshoe casino set to unveil outdoor patio

The Horseshoe Casino is set to expand outside.

Ellie Krieger’s roasted vegetables, with a sweet-spicy flair

Nourish: Follow Ellie Krieger?s lead to upgrade a familiar fall and winter dish.

UPLB develops edible landscaping

The University of the Philippines-Los Baños (UPLB) has developed a starter kit on “edible” landscaping to help health buffs who wish to have a healthy lifestyle through beautiful gardens planted with nutritious food crops. Believing that no Filipino should be left hungry, UPLB started the concept of having an artistic style in growing edible plants through edible landscaping. In 2009, the team ...

Netafim USA Goes Mobile With New Landscape & Turf Drip Irrigation Catalog App

As more landscape professionals look to drip irrigation technology as a solution for beautiful water-efficient landscapes, Netafim USA has announced the release of its new Landscape & Turf Catalog and Price List mobile app.

A New View of Vegetables: 7 Ways to Change Your Current Approach to Produce

Eat your veggies. It's what parents say at the dinner table -- fill half your plate with vegetables and fruits -- and it's what government guidelines recommend.
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