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Sarah Milling, left, and Simone Gerber stood behind a colourful display of fresh produce during the season’s first Gerber’s Mini-Mart yesterday. The market, which is set up at the Canadian Tire parking lot, will run Monday-Friday from 11 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.

Farmers market vouchers may boost produce consumption in low-income families

( New York University ) Vouchers to buy fresh fruits and vegetables at farmers markets increase the amount of produce in the diets of some families on food assistance, according to research led by New York University's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.

Earth-Kind Landscape School to be held in San Antonio

Four-part series in September and October will address best home landscaping practices SAN ANTONIO – The Texas Water Star Program will present the four-part “Earth-Kind Landscape School for Homeowners” program on four Saturdays during September and October, said program coordinators at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Bexar County. The school will be from […]

Gardening tips: how to grow Chinese greens

Chinese greens are gaining in popularity because of their wonderful taste, versatility and goodness. Jane Edmanson shares her tips for growing them.

See the New Michael Phelps Swim Spas and Hot Tubs at The Toledo Hot Tub, Swim Spa, Pool & Patio Show at the Lucas ...

The Hot Tub, Swim Spa, Pool & Patio Show opens Friday at the Lucas County Rec Center in Maumee, Ohio. Build your dream backyard for pennies on the dollar. (PRWeb July 24, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12037941.htm

Getting Kids to Eat Vegetables Through Inaction

The "eat your spinach, it'll make you strong" argument is no good, a new study says.

Give meat, vegetables and even fruit rich flavor with a marinade

With the right combinations of spices, oils, vinegars, herbs and seasonings, you can dress up meats, chicken, fish or vegetables and turn inexpensive cuts of beef and pork into tender, delicious meals.

GARDENING: A good year for strawberries

IT looks like an even better year for strawberries than last year.

GARDENING: Playing the fool with gooseberries

I’VE certainly played the fool with my gooseberries.

GARDENING: Foxglove love

MY investment in a packet of rare and mixed foxglove seeds for less than £2 has paid dividends.

GARDENING: Runner beans, they’re a funny old vegetable

RUNNER beans are a funny old vegetable – last year was great, the year before terrible, both with the same variety, Moonlight.

GARDENING: Beware the red lily beetle, my son

WATCH out if you’ve love lilies – red lily beetles seem to be out in force this year.

GARDENING: The difficult beauty of courgettes

COURGETTES, one of the prettiest of vegetables, are not to everyone’s taste. And even if they are, you can get heartily sick of them.

Edmonton family out $1,500 after furniture store closed

An Edmonton family says they are out $1,500 after trying to buy patio furniture from a business that they say unexpectedly closed its doors. Diego Mejia put a $1,500 deposit on new patio furniture purchased from Pur Living — a backyard spas and furniture store — in March. The Better Business Bureau’s Ron Mycholuk says they have already received more than 120 complaints about Pur Living.

Veggie costs impact Chennai eating habits

Rising prices of vegetables are leaving a hole in the pockets of families in the city and are also impacting their eating and cooking habits. Housewives are experimenting with sambar without small onions and carrot and rasam minus tomatoes.

Normac gets EasyTurf Nod; Newest Member of Authorized Reseller List

EasyTurf, Inc. today named Normac Irrigation and Landscaping Supplies an EasyTurf Authorized Reseller. (PRWeb July 23, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12032393.htm

CAROL LINK: Constructing a patio and landscaping

Before being deployed twice to Iraq, my son, Chris Benefield, spent many years constructing and selling new homes. The finishing touch on a new home is basic landscaping.

MILLSTONE: Two charged in thefts from landscaping businesses

MILLSTONE — The New Jersey State Police have arrested two men for allegedly stealing more than $19,000 worth of landscaping equipment in over two dozen thefts from local businesses and residents.

Baby vegetables: Fun, convenient and often tastier

There's no arguing that tiny vegetables are more fun and convenient to eat. That must be what accounts for the popularity of supermarket cherry tomatoes.

Irrigation idea finds fertile ground

The world is running out of water. Demand has grown a staggering 60 per cent every decade for the past 50 years, says Isaac Bentwich, chief executive and chairman of a new Wellington-based irrigation software company.An Israeli-turned-Kiwi...

Water Department mulls liability, wells

The Sedalia Water Department may assume some landscaping costs in the event of a cul-de-sac water main repair, pending the passage of a policy change discussed at Wednesday’s Board of Public Works meeting.

Acevedo's Grease Monkeys go head to head against Corona's Landscaping

On Monday, July 21, at the City of Ukiah Softball fields, the Ukiah Co-ed Recreational League took to the field for the last games of their season.

Telangana, Maharashtra agree to resolve issues on irrigation projects

The Telangana and Maharashtra Governments discussed inter-State irrigation projects and agreed to resolve issues between the two states.

Fun, convenient, often tastier and more tender: Baby vegetables are a hit

Truman Capote famously told friends that the very wealthy eat better vegetables â tiny ones. So there's another plus for gardening: It's easier to eat the way the super-rich do. Not that smaller is always better in the world of vegetables. A cucumber picked undersize does not taste better than

Small is sometimes better in the vegetable world

Truman Capote famously told friends that the very wealthy eat better vegetables — tiny ones. So there's another plus for gardening: It's easier to eat the way the super-rich do.

Jain Irrigation: Happy days are here again

The Street is increasingly turning positive on Jain Irrigation Systems, after many events. The most recent one was the Union Budget , which proposed to raise the allocation on micro irrigation systems (MIS) by 21 per cent, to Rs 1,560 crore, for FY15 . This means more opportunity for companies like Jain.

Hidden Hills Landscaping and Gardening At 818 796-3348 Offers Discounts To New Residents

Hidden Hills Landscaping and Gardening announces that they are offering specials to New Hidden Hills residents who call (818) 796-3348. (PRWeb July 22, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12039683.htm

Hidden Hills Landscaping and Gardening At 818 796-3348 Offers Discounts To New Residents

Hidden Hills Landscaping and Gardening announces that they are offering specials to New Hidden Hills residents who call (818) 796-3348. (PRWeb July 22, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12039683.htm

Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Doesn’t Help You Lose Weight, Study Says

Fruits and vegetables are good for your health, but there's not enough evidence to prove that on their own they can help with weight loss.

Jain Irrigation: Heydays are back

Higher govt allocation to its market is a positive; efforts to enhance cash flow and lower debt levels are paying dividends

Smoking patio at downtown cigar shop approved by council

The owner of a downtown Windsor cigar store is allowed to open up a smoking patio. Windsor City Council went against a staff recommendation and voted in favour of La Casa del Habano of opening the patio. City staff said the request went against bylaws, which only allow sidewalk patios for restaurants and bars.

Jain Irrigation Systems: pickup on the anvil

The Street is increasingly turning positive on Jain Irrigation Systems following a host of events. The most recent is the Budget, which has proposed to increase allocation on micro irrigation systems (MIS) by 21% to Rs 1,560 crore for FY15 . Higher allocation means more opportunity for companies like Jain Irrigation.

Jain Irrigation Systems: Hey-days are returning

The Street is increasingly turning positive on Jain Irrigation Systems following a host of events. The most recent is the Budget, which has proposed to increase allocation on micro irrigation systems (MIS) by 21% to Rs 1,560 crore for FY15

Gardening Spotlighted at the Largest Event for Women in Social Media in the World

Garden Media hosting Flower Crown Workshop July 24 to celebrate BlogHer’s 10th anniversary. (PRWeb July 22, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12026530.htm

Irrigation district seeks approval to borrow millions for improvements

A local irrigation district held the first of two information open houses Monday evening as it works to improve the quality of water it delivers to it's customers.

Horseshoe plans outdoor bar, smoking area

Horseshoe Cincinnati Casino is adding a new outdoor bar and patio for smokers.

Landscaping Entrepreneur Explains How Focusing Helped Him Grow Revenue 1400% Over 3 Years

Kevin Knight, the founder and CEO of...

Gardening offers mental, physical health benefits

Gardens can make your lawn look great. But research shows that kind of yard work can make you feel great, too.

Patio Guide: Spice Kitchen + Bar

Clevelanders seeking to steal away from the daily grind need not look further than the patio of Spice Kitchen and Bar located on the edge of the burgeoning Gordon Square Arts District.

New proposal trims, tweaks Starkville landscaping ordinance

The following related files and links are available. City staff members say they have produced a user-friendly landscaping ordinance after making minor tweaks to Starkville's current rules and cutting down the size of the document by about 20 pages.

Patio chairs recalled after U.S. reports of rear legs breaking

Nantucket Distributing Co is recalling about 4,000 patio set chairs after reports that the back legs could break and people could fall, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Wednesday. The Middleboro, Massachusetts, company has had two reports of chair legs breaking, with no injuries, the commission said in a statement. The recall includes Nantucket Distributing's resin wicker ...

BCI irrigation scheme 'seeing significant growth'

The Ashburton district will experience a significant burst of economic activity with the further expansion of the BCI irrigation scheme. A farmer capital raising process closed recently with applications for around 1500 litres per second of new irrigation water, an irrigable area of close to 3,500ha. "The recent uptake of new water will see the scheme experience a fantastic 30% growth for the ...

Research and Markets: UK Fruit & Vegetables Market Report 2014

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Fruit & Vegetables Market Report 2014" report to their off

Greens water policy 'unrealistic' - Irrigation NZ

Irrigation New Zealand (INZ) thinks that there is some merit in the Green Party’s environmental policy relating to water announced today, but is concerned about the economic and social impacts of the policy and about how the Green Party will achieve its outcomes.

Seneca Nation commits to native-only landscaping; tribes increasingly restoring trees, plants

The Seneca Indian Nation is using only indigenous plants and trees in its public landscaping.

Seneca Nation commits to native-only landscaping

The Seneca Indian Nation is strengthening its roots to the land with a new commitment to use only indigenous plants and trees in public landscaping. The western New York tribe is believed to be the first ...

Netafim Rolls out Portable Drip Irrigation Technology at 2014 3i Show Booth I-218/I-220

Addressing the diverse operational and environmental needs of today’s modern growers, Netafim, the pioneers of drip irrigation, have unveiled PolyNet™, a high-performance, flexible

Purdue unveils plan for end zone patio area at Ross-Ade Stadium (Photos)

Purdue unveiled its plan for a patio area to be installed in the south end zone of Ross-Ade Stadium.

Patio collapses in West Town

A concrete patio in the West Town neighborhood collapsed overnight, spilling furniture and an air conditioner down a 10-foot hole, authorities said.

How Much Will That Patio or Deck Cost?

Everyone's definition of cheap is different, but decks can be had for as low as $1,000, according to Jessica Piha, a spokeswoman for Porch.com, a website that helps homeowners find the right contractor. The cost to install a 200-square-foot concrete patio is about $740 to $840 on average, according to HomeWyse.com, an online reference for home projects. You probably want something like ...
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