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Health
by ebifav
6 years ago
Resources From Living Things: How Essential They Are To Our Existence

Human beings need certain things that are necessary for existence to continue. these include food, shelter, clothing and many more. Find out to know more.

Environment
by J.N. Thurgood
4 years ago
Why You Should use a Cover Crop

If you find that after harvest your soil keeps getting blown away by the wind or swept away by the rain then read this article. Here are some reasons why you should use a cover crop.

Technology
by JL_Tuso
8 years ago
The Genetically Modified Foods Debate

Some say genetically modified foods will solve world hunger. Some say genetically modified crops can harm humans and the environment. Is one side right?

Home & Garden
by J. Larson
5 years ago
Companion Planting: Maximizing Your Garden Space

For those of us that suffer from a lack of gardening space you are always looking for ways to best utilize what you have.  This can lead to growing space saving varieties of plants like the Spacemaster Bush Cucumber, or growing plants that can be trellised like beans and small squashes.  You can also use a technique called companion planting which allows you to plant different types of crops withing close proximity to each other that will provide benefits to each other.  

Entertainment
by brlamc
7 years ago
CastleVille Crops and Animals Guide

Use this CastleVille crops and animals Guide if you're having trouble with the CastleVille game on Facebook.

Entertainment
by brlamc
7 years ago
Crafting CastleVille Items With The Kitchen Building

Learn how the crafting kitchen works in CastleVille with this guide to crafting CastleVille items with the kitchen building.

Home & Garden
by Poppy
9 years ago
Planting Potatoes

This 'How To...' guide will show you how to plant potatoes. I'm planting 'Charlotte', a second early variety. This method is applicable to earlies and main crop potatoes as well, with the adjustments I note for the spacing and cropping times. Seed potato tubers - ideally chitted
Spade or fork, rake,...

Home & Garden
by BAfriend
8 years ago
How To Start Your Own Vegetable Or Flower Garden

Whether or not your garden is new or has already been established, starting it is not a difficult task just one that requires diligence and planning ahead. To get any successful vegetable or flower garden started, you must begin well in advance of planting and this article will show you how.

Home & Garden
by writeoneinfo
8 years ago
Is Organic Gardeing Right For You And Your Family's Food Needs

All About Organic Gardening

Whether you're just a starting or veteran gardener, I'm sure you love the relaxation and reward that this recreational…and oftentimes profitable activity. Think about it – you could grow yourown healthy crops that you can either sell or bring to your dining...

Entertainment
by brlamc
6 years ago
How to Play Farmville 2 on Facebook: Farmville 2 Game Guide

Farmville 2 is the latest farming game on Facebook. Learn how to play with this game guide.

Home & Garden
by SheWanders
7 years ago
How to Grow Your Own Lettuce

Growing your own lettuce is actually easier than some might think. It's a perfect addition to your garden, especially if you have limited space.

Home & Garden
by chickendaddyo
7 years ago
Winter Gardening

Many gardeners enjoy gardening in cooler weather because there is less weed pressure, the temperatures are more enjoyable, they enjoy the types of crops you can grow in cool weather and like everything you grow in your garden, the food will be tastier and higher in vitamins than their supermarket alternatives. This article teaches you how to extend your gardening season straight through the winter and enjoy fresh garden veggies even when there is snow on the ground.

Home & Garden
by J. Larson
5 years ago
3 Easy Ways To Prevent Weeds In Your Garden

Weeds is the five letter word that crossed the lips of many gardeners as they peered out over what was a beautiful garden.  Chaos has come to the order you instilled into to this plot of ground because you didn't take the appropriate preventive measure before you planted you now have many hours of hot sweaty weeding to do.  The key to effective, cheep and easy weed control is timing and just a little bit of imagination.  Read on to find out more about 3 Easy Ways To Prevent Weeds In Your Garden. 

Home & Garden
by J. Larson
4 years ago
Companion Planting For Your Cucumbers

Everyone's favorite vegetable is a toss-up between tomatoes and cucumbers. I have to fall on the side of the cucumber as it is great fresh, cooked and as pickles. Cucumbers scientific name is Cucumis sativus and belong to the melon family so they share traits with watermelon, squashes and cantaloupe. Cucumbers can be paired with some unusual suspects as well as some more expected ones.

Health
by daeschek
6 years ago
The Case for Genetically Modified Foods

Anti-GMO hype is at an all time high while the facts around this technology are at an all time low. Fear based condemnation of genetically modified plants has skewed the public opinion and threatens to harm to the future viability of important research in this area. While this technology is new and unknown, the harm of GMO's has been vastly exaggerated while the promise to help future generations is ignored. More research into this area is the key to unlocking its potential. 

Home & Garden
by westernmom
8 years ago
How to Grow a Family Garden

Grow a garden to save money and to provide your family with nutritious food. Here is a guide to help you with the basics

Lifestyle
by Corey Poole Brown
7 years ago
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Natural Fabric Clothing - The Benefits of Hemp

Hemp as a plant is an amazing resource. It requires very little water and no pesticides to grow well. The natural fibers of the plant are easily produced into natural fabric clothing that wears well and is versatile. Learn more about this amazing plant and its benefits as a organic fabric.

Home & Garden
by eco-mom
7 years ago
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Hybrid Seeds and Heirloom Seeds: Is there a Difference?

For the beginning gardener there are many choices to make, but the most basic choice is between hybrid seeds and heirloom seeds when they plant their vegetable garden.

Beauty
by onwoc234
3 years ago
Will Genetically-Engineered Crops Put an End to Organic Food?

Organic food will likely be forced into extinction by the genetically engineered foods (GMO's).  The end of organic food will come from the transfer of GMO genes into the organic food crops. This gene transfer is  initiated by cross pollination of natural food crops by pollens from the GMO's.  Learn why it will be very difficult to save the organic food.

Technology
by Bob Bales
4 years ago
Organic Foods are Good for You and Good for the Planet Earth

Organic foods must be produced with strict standards designed to ensure the products adhere to the objectives of the Organic Foods Production Act of 1990.  Products may not contain certain prohibited materials.  Food must be grown adhering to specific standards designed to increase quality and nutrition.  Practices must also consider the environment and principles of biodiverstiy and conservation of resources.  Annual Inspections are required which evaluate each producer's ability to comply with the requirements.  These inspections are conducted by certifying agencies employing trained inspectors.  The certifying process involves five basic steps resulting in the issuance of an Organic Certificate authorizing the holder to sell products designated as organic. 

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