Fake pesticide, fertilizer worth 150cr Tk seized at the Keraniganj plant

He used big brand packaging to fool farmers Thu Jul 15, 2021 12:00 AM Bags of counterfeit products – kept in five warehouses at the factory – were seized during the journey and then destroyed. The owner of the plant has deceived farmers like this for the past four years, …

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The most monumental hydroelectric power stations built in Soviet times (PHOTOS)

Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric power station. Ilya Naimushin / Sputnik The Soviet Union had dozens of gigantic hydroelectric power stations that were built to provide electricity to industrial enterprises and entire cities. Even now, some of them remain among the most powerful in the world. 1. Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric power station Russia’s largest …

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Explore Pollinators and Gardening at the Nature Center Wednesday – Los Alamos Reporter

Stop by the Los Alamos Nature Center on Wednesday, July 14 at 6 p.m. for a summer family home evening on pollinators and water-friendly gardening! This event is co-organized by the Pajarito Environmental Education Center and the Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities. Thanks to the Del Norte LOV Foundation …

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Meet Rook Vanguard, the creator of Roblox behind the Gucci Garden

Rook Vanguard is the first UGC creator to create Limited on Roblox for Gucci. Roblox The metaverse has arrived. At least that’s what companies like Roblox believe, whose users generate content and continue to grow inside the Roblox platform. Roblox wants to be more than a game engine and an …

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Pass at the risk of your course

© Terry Reimink | adobe actions Of all the management techniques and philosophies that have evolved over the 30 plus years that I have worked in the field of turf management on golf courses, I would say the now general and accepted awareness of the importance turf conditioning is perhaps …

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Tellurian Terminates Total Agreement on Louisiana Driftwood LNG Plant

Tellurian Inc’s logo can be seen on its booth at Gastech, the world’s largest trade fair for the gas industry, in Chiba, Japan on April 4, 2017. REUTERS / Toru Hanai July 12 (Reuters) – US liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Tellurian Inc (TELL.O) on Monday announced that it had …

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Fight off Japanese beetles before they damage gardens and field crops

Frank Becker | Wayne County Extension Last week I was asked several questions regarding Japanese beetles. Typically, Japanese beetles emerge around the last week of June. This year, the earlier emergence can be attributed to our warmer-than-average temperatures which are causing growing degree days (HDDs) to accumulate faster than most …

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Andrew Jones Auctions Online-Only Design For Home & Garden Auction July 25 To Showcase Over 200 Quality Lots

Unique album of the works of Paul Verlaine, compiled by Emile Loubet and Edouard Champion, 1896 (estimate: $ 50,000- $ 70,000). Los Angeles taste designer Keith McCoy’s collection of Keith H McCoy & Associates evokes the English country house, to include gorgeous furnishings as well as more animal and sporty …

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How information beyond the genetic sequence is encoded in plant sperm and passed down from generation to generation

CLSY3 (fused with a yellow fluorescent protein) is specifically expressed in the tapetal cells surrounding germ cells. Credit: John Innes Center Hereditary information is passed from parents to offspring in genetic code, DNA and epigenetically through chemically induced changes around DNA. New research from the John Innes Center has discovered …

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Maryland Sunflower Maze, Museums – NBC4 Washington

From a Bob Ross-themed maze of sunflowers in Maryland to the Smithsonian Museums that have reopened, there’s plenty to do this weekend in the DC area. Saturday will be beautiful, then Sunday will be wetter with the risk of thunderstorms in the afternoon. Here are the day-to-day Storm Team4 predictions. …

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