Garden Notes: Protect the environment

Last Monday’s spectacular harvest moon and the fall equinox ushered in a new gardening season. Photons decrease daily, nighttime temperatures drop, heavy dew falls most mornings, while days can be surprisingly warm under the infrared-rich sunlight. Earth’s northern hemisphere turns its back on the sun as we traverse the annual …

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4 exquisite food options to savor during restaurant week 2021

The Vallarta · Nayarit restaurant scene is packed with flavors and dishes from different cuisines from around the world. Restaurant Week, the culinary event that takes place from September 15 to October 10, 2021, represents a unique opportunity to enjoy the different culinary specialties that have helped position Puerto Vallarta …

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Scientists get closer to solving Caribbean algae mystery | WKZO | All Kalamazoo

By Jake Spring (Reuters) – Scientists were baffled when a strip of algae longer than the entire Brazilian coastline germinated in 2011 in the tropical Atlantic – an area typically devoid of the nutrients that would fuel such growth. A group of American researchers have identified a prime suspect: human …

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Coca-Cola’s Sandston Bottling Plant Completes $ 23M Expansion

Coca-Cola Consolidated’s manufacturing and distribution center at 500 Eastpark Court is now larger and includes new equipment and production capacity. (Courtesy of the Henrico County Economic Development Authority) Five years after buying its factory in eastern Henrico, a Coca-Cola bottling company continues its local investment with a multi-million dollar expansion. …

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How To Grow Chrysanthemums | Better houses and gardens

A flower synonymous with fall and Mother’s Day, chrysanthemums bloom in hues of gold, bronze, white, pink, and red, and come in a variety of flower types. WATCH: Simple spring gardening projects There is something magical about seeing a landscape come to life with new flowers and beautiful colors. If …

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NJ Minor League Baseball Teams Complete First Post-COVID Seasons

In April, we inquired about the three New Jersey minor league baseball teams with Major League affiliations, one of which had such an unusual season that its MLB partnership, by design, didn’t. not even lasted all summer. This did not stop the Trenton Thunder, in particular the “bat dog” Rookie, …

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Five Fall Plant Sales in Sarasota-Manatee

Dive head first into fall plant sales as some of Sarasota’s most informative and intriguing local plant merchants return with an abundance of new flora to sell. Some local vendors have also included lessons on how to take care of your plants and become a better gardener. Sale of autumn …

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Grand Opening Tuesday for New Harwood Park in Downtown Dallas – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Creating paradise from a paved parking lot – that’s what happens in downtown Dallas. On Tuesday, the City of Dallas and a local nonprofit, Parks for Downtown Dallas, are opening a brand new park just blocks from the Dallas Farmers Market. The area around what will soon be Harwood Park …

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Cumberland County, NJ, last school to close due to COVID

As COVID epidemics increase in New Jersey schools, another district has moved students into distance learning. 16 positive cases of COVID among students and staff have been confirmed at Myron Powell Elementary School in Lawrence Township, Cumberland County. School officials have announced a distance learning schedule until at least October …

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