A pandemic plant craze has helped its pop-up become a permanent Long Beach store • the Hi-lo

Now, the roaming factory business is establishing a foothold in Long Beach with the launch of its flagship store at SteelCraft Long Beach, which is slated to open today, September 4. For Estrada, this new chapter in her business is simply surreal. For the past 18 years, Estrada has worked …

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Tropical gardening: composting and mulching to build healthy soils

When the weather conditions are dry, now is a good time to explore ways to conserve water. Organic matter is essential for good soil. Well-decomposed organic matter helps increase the soil’s water and nutrient retention capacity. Undecayed materials like leaves and clippings used as surface mulch can help conserve moisture …

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US Landscaping Product Markets, 2020-2020, 2021-2025 and 2030 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – “United States Landscaping Products Market 2021-2030” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This study examines the US market for landscaping products, which are defined as durable goods used in landscaping activities. In addition, retail sales are for the products are supplied. Consumables, equipment and …

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There is a sure-fire way to stop big sewage spills: stop big sewage discharges

VSall that the summer sewage. In July, the Los Angeles Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant, the city’s largest municipal wastewater treatment facility, dumped 17 million gallons of raw sewage into Santa Monica Bay after an unexpected wave of debris overwhelmed the plant, causing beaches to close during the height of beach …

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Can rock dust be a climate solution for agriculture?

On a hot and humid August day near Geneva, New York, Garrett Boudinot stands in a hemp field, the green stems protruding a foot or more beyond his 6-foot, 4-inch frame. Today, Cornell University’s mustached research assistant will harvest six acres of the crop, weigh it in red plastic bins, …

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The university will offer a series of native plants in 2 parts

The University of Maine’s new Cooperative Extension program aims to help support declining pollinators. Its volunteer master gardeners will organize a two-part presentation, “Why Native Plants? », Online via Zoom. The first part will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, September 9. Allan Amioka, Wells Preserve Native …

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Possumhaw: The little plant that could

Shannon Bardwell “You can cut the plant into 2 separate sections and replant them both … You basically get an extra plant for free if you cut and replant them both.” – Wikihow.com YesYears ago, I brought home a plant from a box store sales display. The plant was about …

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Luzerne County’s Pollutant Reduction Plan Unveiled

Luzerne County now has a draft plan to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus in its waterways without imposing additional fees or mandates on landowners, according to a recent unveiling. The state’s Department of Environmental Protection had asked the 36 counties in the Chesapeake Bay watershed to develop plans outlining the projects …

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Obituary: Luanne Cosgrave Wells | VailDaily.com

Luanne Cosgrave well November 29, 1933 – July 15, 2021 Luanne Cosgrave Wells, beloved wife of the late Frank Wells and devoted mother of Kevin and Briant, passed away at her Beverly Hills home on July 15, 2021. She was 87 years old. Luanne has always supported the arts, education, …

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Chapin announces new expansion in Kentucky

Chapin International, Inc. announces continued growth with further expansion in Kentucky. Following the successful start-up of its Mount Vernon plant, due to the volume of business, it became immediately necessary to further expand operations in order to meet the continued demand for sprayers. The state of Kentucky has once again …

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