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EU Allocates More Than 150 Million to Help Farmers Offset Russia's Import Ban

Andrea Comas / Reuters People take fruits and vegetables given away in central Madrid by Spanish farmers to protest against Russia's ban on vegetables, meat, fish, milk and dairy imports from the European Union, September 5, 2014.

Birch Run man gets jail in Bay County landscaping embezzlement case

A 45-year-old Birch Run man is going to spend the next few months in jail for being involved in pilfering funds from a Bay County landscaping business.

Gardening behind the wire: Amazing story of British POWs who transformed prison camp with flowers and vegetables they ...

The gardening began by growing flowers in biscuit tins but, by the end of the war, the camp's horticultural society was growing more than 50 types of sweet peas at the Ruhleben interment camp.

Shot fired at apartment not random: police

Saskatoon police say a bullet was fired through the patio door of an apartment in the 800 block of Kingsmere Boulevard is not believed to be a random act.

Shot fired at Saskatoon apartment

Shot fired through patio door at Saskatoon apartment complex on Kingsmere Boulevard.

Toshiba ventures into vegetable production

Tokyo, Sept.30 (ANI): Toshiba Corporation today announced that it has begun production of vegetables at the Toshiba Clean Room Farm Yokosuka, a plant factory in Yokosuka, Kanagawa prefecture.

Taylor Morrison Begins Pre-Sales for New Patio Home Collection in Avalon at Riverstone

Taylor Morrison has announced the start of pre-sales for its latest neighborhood at Avalon at Riverstone in Sugar Land. (PRWeb September 30, 2014) Read the full story at

Money Monday: Home Gardening

Cooler weather has nurseries marking down prices as much as 75 percent on tropical plants. According to gardening experts, fall months are also the best time to buy certain vegetables.

Neighborhood landscaping dispute; Portland Housing Center to expand: Beaverton Today

A woman apparently destroyed an area a neighbor had landscaped, tearing up plants and a rock bed.

Toshiba Starts Vegetable Production at Toshiba Clean Room Farm Yokosuka

Toshiba Corporation today announced that it has begun production of vegetables at the Toshiba Clean Room Farm Yokosuka, a plant factory in Yokosuka, Kanagawa prefecture.

Business Opportunities in California Drought

Sept. 28--The once-shimmering emerald lawns across Southern California were first starved of water, then left to wither to a tawny scruff.

Seven top tips for safer gardening

As the trend towards ‘growing your own’ fruit and vegetables experiences a resurgence with Kiwi gardeners, it is timely to highlight some simple safety messages according to an industry expert.

Vegetable prices fall on lower demand, prospects of higher output

Most vegetables fell sharply in September due to better crop output prospects in the ongoing harvesting season on evenly distribution of monsoon rainfall immediately before withdrawal.

HOPEWELL: Recreation Soccer Round-UP

Jack’s Nursery & Landscaping took a 2-0 decision over Soccer Post & Tennis Net as goalie Katy Gray made several outstanding saves for the shutout. Lucy Webster and Lilla Antal had the Jack’s goals, while the defensive corps of Luca Antal, Kirsten Southall and Natalie Kasprzyk were able to hold-off a late push from Soccer Post & Tennis Net.

Wind clears off furniture from patio

Security camera video show a wind burst blowing patio furniture off patio.                

Monday's First Look: a cool day before heat returns, catch a great guitar show, and look at how Yountville responds to ...

A final cool day before a last blast of summer heads our way. Singer-songwriter and guitarist Raul Midón hits the City Winery. And Yountville government follows its own advice, installing drought-resistant landscaping at City Hall — here’s a peek at Sept. 29, 2014.

Egypt: Minister - Inauguration of Aswan Irrigation Museum in November

[Egypt Online]Irrigation Minister Hossam Mughazy said on Friday that he would open the Nile Museum in Aswan in November.

Dirt Therapy: Get Out Your Garden Tools, It’s Time to Plant

Check out these useful tips for gardening during the fall and winter By Marianne Taylor This is my all-time favorite time of year: autumn, brisk mornings, amber-lit afternoons, the fresh smell of mulch and a hearty amount of plants, bulbs and seeds waiting to get assigned to their raised beds. Who says gardens can’t grow […]

Gardening, fishing keep Dreyfoos foundation exec in the zone

When she isn’t working or boating, there’s a good chance Pat Broxson can be found in her garden nurturing her baby plants.

NIA seeks P28.8-B budget for canal repair

The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) is seeking a budget of P28.8 billion for 2015 to repair about 4,500 kilometers of canals and related structure next year.

Family tradition of growing giant vegetables continues

Gerard Ansems tips scales with heaviest pumpkin at Waterville weigh-off

Gardening: Poquoson Learning Garden showcases different ways to grow your green thumb

In Poquoson, York/Poquoson master gardeners are creating yet another learning garden for community education and enjoyment.

Refugees settle in thanks to small farm plots

The rapidly rising demand for locally grown fruits and vegetables has created a robust new market for refugees who fled violence in their home countries and found peace in farming small plots of land in several U.S. cities.

Thorny problems: what's the right way to prune blackberry bushes?

Our gardening agony aunt Helen Yemm answers your queries.This week: a bramble bounty and comfrey advice

Superfood Tip: Frozen vegetables

Frozen vegetables are a dinner saver, time saver, and sometimes budget saver.

NMID to shut off irrigation water October 6th

The Treasure Valley’s largest irrigation district will shut down flows in its 500 miles of canals on October 6 -- marking the end of an irrigation season that began by appearing water short, but ended up being a relatively normal water year thanks to heavy early spring precipitation and late season thunderstorms packed with rain, water managers with the Nampa and Meridian Irrigation District said.

Waterless lawns considered the future of landscaping

Waterless lawns are considered the future of landscaping, but now it's taken an even different turn, with companies training you to put in those lawns yourself!

Celebrity Chef Melissa d’Arabian and Birds Eye® Vegetables Step Up To The Plate to Find New Ways to Get Picky Eaters ...

Birds Eye® frozen vegetables today announces a partnership with celebrity chef Melissa d’Arabian to make a difference and help parents dealing with picky eaters by showing how to get kids to eat more veggies.

Irrigation/turf maintenance workshop scheduled for Oct. 22 in Creedmoor

CREEDMOOR — The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will present an irrigation and turf maintenance workshop Oct. 22 in response to ongoing critical water issues in Central Texas, said Daphne Richards, AgriLife Extension horticulturist for Travis County. Registration for the Central Texas Irrigation/Turf Maintenance Workshop, to be held at the Creedmoor Community Center, 12511 Farm-to-Market […]

Launch of 'Hill Country Irrigation' guidebook

The myth that irrigation only occurs on flat land is set to be dispelled with the release of a new guidebook targeting farmers irrigating within New Zealand’s hilly regions. IrrigationNZ has developed the resource book, with the support of the Sustainable Farming Fund (SFF), to help hill country farmers successfully adapt irrigation for steeper slopes. The guidebook outlines the best irrigation ...

5 Ways Your Yard May Be Scaring Off Potential Homebuyers

When you're selling your house, you aren't just selling your house. You're also selling your shrubs, your tree with Dutch elm disease and potentially scads of crabgrass. If you suspect your yard is chasing away more potential buyers than it's drawing in, consider these six landscaping missteps along with suggestions from real estate experts and gardeners to help spruce up your lot.

Irrigation event 'needs more farmer support'

Despite registrations having doubled on this time last year, farmer-irrigators have been slow-off-the -mark to register for the ‘Great Irrigation Challenge’ in Ashburton on 2nd/3rd October. Less than ten days out, IrrigationNZ CEO Andrew Curtis says the majority of early registrations have come from irrigation service companies, agribusiness and rural consultants wanting to improve irrigation ...

New patio and landscaping transform urban backyard

When a couple bought a 1920s Tudor-style home, the backyard was filled with roses, dahlias and other amazing flowers. The downside for them was the time and attention demanded by this type of flower garden. Not avid gardeners themselves, they preferred low-maintenance grasses and shrubs, with maybe a deck. Here's how a professional landscaper helped them create a backyard they love.

Patio Suites Offered For Ragin' Cajuns Home Games

LAFAYETTE - As part of the recent upgrades to Cajun Field for the 2014 football season, the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Athletics Department is offering two outdoor Patio Suites that can be rented out to large groups and corporations on a game-by-game basis. The Patio Suites, located on the southwest side of Cajun Field, provide exclusive access to group members and will serve as a great way to move ...

LivCor Taps Banyan Water to Reduce Irrigation Water Usage by 50% on 12 Texas Multi-Family Properties

LivCor, LLC, a portfolio company of global asset manager Blackstone, recently engaged Austin-based smart water management company, Banyan Water to deploy Banyan’s Smart Irrigation

Church volunteers finish Big Bend landscaping project in two days

MOSES LAKE - A landscaping project at Big Bend Community College was completed in two days thanks to hundreds of volunteers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Moses Lake.

China Reduces Wheat Irrigation as Farming Depletes Groundwater

China is reducing crop irrigation in regions with water shortages as the world’s biggest grain consumer seeks to ease pressure on declining aquifers.

5 Eco-Friendly Gardening Tools That Will Help Save the Planet—and Save You Money

As activities go, gardening sounds about as green as you can get, right? Well, no, not if you're using anything more than old-fashioned hand tools to do it.

Silver Heights Restaurant wins appeal to keep contentious patio

The owners of the Silver Heights Restaurant in Winnipeg are celebrating a city decision that allows them to keep their patio open — for now. The decision is temporary, as the patio has a one-year conditional permit with a number of restrictions in place. "We have people that are closer than the opposition, that don't have a problem with our patio."

Future of Silver Heights Restaurant patio to be decided at city hall

The future of the patio at the Silver Heights Restaurant, which residents say has created a lot of noise and traffic headaches over the past nine years, is set to be decided at Winnipeg city hall today. People living near the restaurant in St. James say they've had to put up with noise, traffic and parking problems since the patio opened in 2005. "It's not just once in a while," said Brian Luff ...

Extra Vegetables, a Leading Developer for the Custom Install Channel, Joins Control4's Expanding Development Team

Control4 , a leader in residential and commercial automation systems, announced today that its wholly-owned U.K. subsidiary has acquired UK-based Extra Vegetables Ltd., a privately held company.

Strictly Doors and Gates Now Offers Patio Covers in Las Vegas at Reasonable Prices

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- via PRWEB - As a leading provider of high-end quality doors and gates, Strictly Doors and Gates now offers patio covers in Las Vegas at reasonable prices. The company has expertise in ...

Jane Says: Summer Lasts Longer When You Freeze Vegetables

“What’s the best way to go about freezing vegetables from my garden?” Part of the appeal—for me, at any rate—is that you can do it in small quantities, as vegetables ripen to peak perfection. For preserving optimum flavor and texture, preventing moisture loss in frozen foods is key.

Landscaping and Hardscaping Projects Can Bring Homeowners an ROI of Up to 150 Percent, According to New Study

'New mantra is location, location, landscape,' says one realtor

Grounds Guys of Annapolis – a leading landscape management expert in Maryland to launch special discounts for its ...

One of the leading landscaping experts in Maryland Grounds Guys of Annapolis has confirmed that it will be launching a series of special discounts that the firm says are designed to promote greater affordability in its professional commercial and residential landscape management services (PRWeb September 10, 2014) Read the full story at

Urban gardening made easy with Bulbo

Urban small-scale gardening is turning out to be one of the biggest trends of the last few years, and now a new design-led vegetable growing system is making the process even easier. "Bulbo" is an LED-powered lighting system which encourages the process of photosynthesis for vegetables, herbs and flowers. The Italian start-up has created a series of innovative solutions to indoor gardening ...

Netafim To Reveal Expanded Portfolio of Drip Irrigation Solutions That Meet The Diverse Needs of Today’s Farmer

Leveraging five decades of innovation and expertise focused on providing growers with the tools and technology needed to maximize yield potential, reduce operating costs and increa

This Innovative Gardening Site Can Teach a Novice to Grow Anything

“Ultimately we hope for OpenFarm to become the go-to place for all farming and gardening knowledge,” says OpenFarm’s California-based founder, Rory Aronson. “No matter where you are in the world, what you are trying to grow, what your preferred practices and environmental conditions are, the OpenFarm community will be able to help."

Research and Markets: India Micro Irrigation System Market Outlook to 2018 - Increasing Government Support and Farmer ...

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "India Micro Irrigation System Market Outlook to 2018 - Incre

Food review: Give in to The Patio's innovation and charm - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

When The Patio first opened, it appeared to be a transformed house with the porch and side yard turned into a lovely alfresco dining experience. This homey feeling along with the inclusion of fresh ingredients and impeccable service generated word of mouth for this unassuming eatery.
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