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Garden: Peppers thrive in hot Ohio weather

The Columbus Dispatch 20 Apr 2024
Plants in this family are considered warm-season crops and thrive in hot Ohio summer weather ... Peppers can generally be classified into two groups ... Remember to rotate plant families, not specific plants within the same family!.
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Ruud Kleinpaste: Fertilisers in Autumn?

NewstalkZB 20 Apr 2024
Nitrogen is the stuff that makes plants green; this molecule provides the building blocks for Chlorophyll ... But in Autumn temperatures are going down and most plants, trees and shrubs will slowly stop growing to prepare for winter ... Generally speaking.
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Offshore wind turbines won't reduce carbon dioxide emissions. This is why

Daily Journal - Vineland 20 Apr 2024
According to General Electric, when one of its most efficient gas turbine plants is forced to vary output as a back-up to the wind production, the plant may consume twice as much fuel and thus release twice as much CO2.
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Restoring bogs is more complex than just removing trees

The Irish Times 20 Apr 2024
the State should plant fast-growing conifers to supply commercial timber and turn the area into a “great national Forest... At that time, about 2,400 hectares were planted annually.
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IAEA Notes Reported Attack on Zaporizhzhia Plant, Russia Accuses Ukraine

The Epoch Times 19 Apr 2024
Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), has warned that attacks and incidents at the plant are ...
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The Flowering "Sheep-Eater" Plant Has A Formidable Reputation

IFL Science 19 Apr 2024
Plants don’t generally have a reputation for being badass ... It’s a member of the bromeliad plant family, meaning it’s a close relative of the pineapple ... The plant’s pointed leaves are armed with sharp ...
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PHA striving to make plantation drive a success

The News International 19 Apr 2024
This representational image shows a little plant ... Director General (DG), Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) Rawalpindi, Ahmad Hasan Ranjha has said that the authority was striving to make the ongoing plantation campaign a success.
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Some plant-based steaks and cold cuts are lacking in protein, researchers find

Phys Dot Org 19 Apr 2024
Many plant-based meats have seemingly done the impossible by recreating animal products ranging from beef to seafood ... Plant cold cuts generally had less salt than the meats and contained fewer essential amino acids.
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Firewise: fire resistant plants | The Real Dirt

Chico Enterprise Record 19 Apr 2024
Fire resistant plants also tend not to accumulate dry, dead material within or beneath the plant ... Aloe and other succulents are generally considered fire-resistant but avoid succulents such as ice plant that produce mats of flammable dry material.
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Worthington's Silent Oaks Society plans Arbor Day tree planting

The Globe 19 Apr 2024
The group plans to plant oak trees along East Lake Street, Lake Street and near Centennial Park ... “The best time to plant these trees generally is in the spring or the fall of the year,” he said.
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How to grow and pick edible flowers

Bangor Daily News 19 Apr 2024
“If you let mother nature do her thing, it will generally sort itself out ... After you have your land set up, wait until after the last frost to add the plants to the garden; most edible flowers can be sown directly in the ground.
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"Initial forecasts point to an early but manageable early potato harvest"

Fresh Plaza 19 Apr 2024
Nonetheless, planting generally took place under good conditions.
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Traffic restrictions start on Indiana 2 with repaving, expansion of Larrison intersection

South Bend Tribune 19 Apr 2024
... the electric vehicle battery plant that’s being built just northwest of the intersection ... General Motors and Samsung SDI are building the battery plant on 680 acres northwest of Indiana 2 and Larrison.
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Factory workers vote on whether to unionize Tennessee Volkswagen plant

The Hill 19 Apr 2024
The vote at the Chattanooga plant is a direct challenge to states with “right to work” laws, which generally make it more difficult to unionize.
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Tours of Hempfield manufacturer can lead to jobs for area high school students

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 19 Apr 2024
The students from Jeannette City and Hempfield Area schools and Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center got a firsthand look at operations in General Carbide’s three plants as part of the company’s Learning 2 Earning program.
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