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Longview News-Journal 27 Jun 2022
“If you want to do a good job at it, creating and installing plant labels is a rather time-consuming and exacting process,” Chamblee said ... “If they did not have the plant or a good description of that plant, I generally had the code directed to the Missouri Botanic Garden but there are a few out there that had to be directed elsewhere.”.
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Reduced imports lead to a gap in the watermelon market

Fresh Plaza 27 Jun 2022
The main reason is that due to the rapid decline in watermelon prices in 2021 and 2020, the enthusiasm of melon farmers in planting is generally low, and they have switched to other fruits and vegetables. Therefore, the planting area of ​​watermelon in greenhouses has decreased this year.
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Tunisia commissions first floating PV park in MENA

Renewables Now 27 Jun 2022
The plant was built on an area of 2,500 square metres (2,990 sq yd) at Lac 3 ... During the inauguration of the plant, Qair Director General Jerome Billerey said that the group is keen to launch more projects in Tunisia and support the country in its energy transition.
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How the model village of Stewartby is split over its new waste incinerator

BBC News 27 Jun 2022
Those behind the plant claim it provides an essential service, taking away rubbish that cannot be recycled and turning it into steam, carbon dioxide and material for road-building ... Within just six months it is running at full capacity, says general manager Neil Grimstone. "We easily fill the plant," he says ... She has other concerns too ... .
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Sperry: Potted plants fall victim to mealybugs

Longview News-Journal 26 Jun 2022
Something is attacking and killing the potted plants on my porch ... They migrate in their younger stages and attach to the plants’ stems and leaves and then suck the sap out of the plants’ tissues ... They are generally a more serious problem on plants indoors or in greenhouses, but they will occasionally show up on plants in flowerbeds.
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Embracing native plants doesn't have to be all or nothing

The Philadelphia Tribune 26 Jun 2022
If the idea of changing your garden over to native plants sounds daunting, don’t worry ... Many gardeners these days are turning to native plants because of their importance in creating a healthy ecosystem for pollinators, wildlife and humans ... That’s a mix of native and non-native plants ... Native plants are generally drought-tolerant.
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If you grow it, they will come: Native plant gardens can start a step at ...

Omaha World-Herald 26 Jun 2022
“But one or two plants can make a world of difference,” said Sarah Buckley of the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum ... “Generally in a natural garden design that isn't overly formal, a solid baseline strategy is to plant flowering perennials in repeating masses and drifts across a landscape (so think three, five or 15 of a kind),” he said.
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Beekeeper training, honey sales boost in Saudi Arabia’s Qassim

Arab News 26 Jun 2022
Dahash Al-Dahash, secretary-general of the council and Saleh Al-Jarbouh, chairman of the association, inked the agreement.
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Stop to smell the roses in an unsung corner of Paris

The Spokesman-Review 26 Jun 2022
These blooms aren’t just found in the major gardens, such as the Jardin des Plantes and the Parc de Bercy, with their dedicated rose gardens ... One of four locations for the Paris Botanical Garden, Bagatelle is planted with 10,000 rose bushes representing 1,200 varieties.
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Danny Hogan

Decatur Daily 26 Jun 2022
DANVILLE — Funeral service for Danny Hogan, 62, will be Monday, June 27, 2022 at 11.00 AM at Peck Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Mike Miller officiating and Peck. Funeral Home directing ... Mr ... He was retired from his employment at General Motors. Saginaw- Delphi plant ... Kane Hogan ... .
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Neil Sperry: Gardener's Mailbag

Tyler Morning Telegraph 25 Jun 2022
The plants are growing well, but no blooms and, therefore, no tomatoes ... Do you have any idea what the problem might be? We did get them planted late ... They are generally a more serious problem on plants indoors or in greenhouses, but they will occasionally show up on plants in flowerbeds ... We built a rose garden last winter and planted seven roses.
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Rare carnivorous plant found for first time in western Himalayan region

The Telegraph India 25 Jun 2022
"It is the first sighting of the plant not only in Uttarakhand but in the entire western Himalayan region," he said ... Carnivorous plants which generally grow on poor nutrient soil have aroused new interest in the scientific community across the world because of their potential medicinal benefits, the official said.
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Sarah Browning: How to nurse storm damaged trees, plants back to health

Lincoln Journal Star 25 Jun 2022
Nebraskans have seen their share of severe weather in recent weeks and as a result many landscape plants have been damaged by high winds and hail ... Generally, these trees should be removed and replaced. Very young trees, planted less than four years, may survive if they are gently pulled back into a vertical position and staked.
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Three new gardening books to inspire and inform this summer

The Irish Times 25 Jun 2022
This includes practical pointers on everything from permeable paving and dry stone walls to flowering hedges, pollinator-friendly planting, ponds and compost making as well as general tips on how to “make the transition from neat and tidy gardener in charge of all you survey, to wildlife-enabling cohabitee”.
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Sarah Browning: Storms take toll on trees, plants

Elko Daily Free Press 25 Jun 2022
Nebraskans have seen their share of severe weather in recent weeks and as a result many landscape plants have been damaged by high winds and hail ... Generally, these trees should be removed and replaced. Very young trees, planted less than four years, may survive if they are gently pulled back into a vertical position and staked.

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