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Tue, 22 Apr 2014 20:13:41 GMT

Underwood Family Farms - Santa Barbara Independent


Santa Barbara Independent

Underwood Family Farms
Santa Barbara Independent
What they grow: With a wide selection of year-round produce, Underwood grows everything under the sun: carrots, beets, kale, Swiss chard, corn, kale, heirloom tomatoes, watermelon, spinach, butternut squash, delicata squash, and, of course, their ...

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Sat, 19 Apr 2014 00:26:47 GMT

Garden Plot - WTOP


Garden Plot
WTOP
He wrote: "I've been growing seedlings indoors for a couple of weeks and JUST transplanted the best-looking cantaloupes, cucumbers, tomatoes, and peppers outside. Can I protect them ... Yes, temps in the 30s will kill tropical plants outright. But ...

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Wed, 23 Apr 2014 06:01:27 GMT

Eat Your Sunscreen: Alternative Sun Protection - Uloop News


Eat Your Sunscreen: Alternative Sun Protection
Uloop News
These chemicals found in sunscreens can "cause abnormal development of fetuses and growing children," "early puberty and premature breast development in girls, and small and undescended testicles in boys," and contribute to development of breast and ...

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Mon, 21 Apr 2014 19:04:33 GMT

How Millions of Farmers are Advancing Agriculture for Themselves - The Epoch Times


How Millions of Farmers are Advancing Agriculture for Themselves
The Epoch Times
The reasons for this improvement are not all known, but there is a growing literature that helps account for the improvements observed in yield and health for rice crops using SRI. ... crops is being referred to generically as the System of Crop ...

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Sat, 19 Apr 2014 05:04:54 GMT

Independent grocers brace for competition from big chains - Boston Globe


Boston Globe

Independent grocers brace for competition from big chains
Boston Globe
He intends to run advertisements before Wegmans' arrival, offering deals on produce, such as tomatoes for 99 cents a pound. ... Later this year, Tropical Foods will move into a new space next to its current location and grow from 8,500 to 27,000 square ...

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Sat, 19 Apr 2014 23:42:17 GMT

Recipe: Beef it up - The Dominion Post


The Dominion Post

Recipe: Beef it up
The Dominion Post
Summering-up a cottage pie has been a challenge; but serving it on thick slices of tomato with yet more mint, feta and spinach can help. With horror I think about the day when the freezer will be empty ... As a woman who likes to live naturally, grow a ...

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Fri, 11 Apr 2014 04:08:01 GMT

Joe White: Nothing beats a homegrown tomato - Shreveport Times


Joe White: Nothing beats a homegrown tomato
Shreveport Times
Our lingering cold temperatures and periodic rains have prevented many gardeners from preparing the soil to receive the plants, and since the tomato is really a tropical plant, conditions have been far less than ideal for putting these plants in the ...

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Sat, 19 Apr 2014 04:13:43 GMT

Mark Hohmeister: Gardens teach lessons, all right - Tallahassee Democrat (blog)


Mark Hohmeister: Gardens teach lessons, all right
Tallahassee Democrat (blog)
But safe inside the large enclosure we jokingly called Stalag 13, after the prisoner-of-war camp in “Hogan's Heroes,” everything from asparagus to Italian tomatoes thrived. On its way being ... I had success with rhubarb (which any idiot can grow) and ...

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Thu, 17 Apr 2014 23:29:08 GMT

Near-freezing temps do a number on plants - Jackson Clarion Ledger


Near-freezing temps do a number on plants
Jackson Clarion Ledger
... OK to plant earlier. Then this week we get near-freezing temps in mid-April, right after I set out zinnias, tomatoes, peppers and basil. GetContent[1].jpg. Felder Rushing ... after I set out zinnias, tomatoes, peppers and basil. And right after I ...

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Tue, 15 Apr 2014 03:32:12 GMT

Cost of ex-tropical Cyclone Ita starting to be felt - ABC Online


Sydney Morning Herald

Cost of ex-tropical Cyclone Ita starting to be felt
ABC Online
While Cyclone Ita is now moving away from Queensland towards New Zealand its force is still being felt in the ongoing recovery cost, particularly in the agriculture and tourism industries. Winter vegetables such as tomatoes are expected to be more ...
Cyclone Ita's damage to far north Queensland sugar cane to cost millionsThe West Australian

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