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Marijuana: A drug obtained from the cannabis plant Various

Marijuana: A drug obtained from the cannabis plant

Marijuana is the name commonly given to the leaves, flowers and parts of the stem of Cannabis and in particular Cannabis indica (the species that contains the highest percentage of active ingredient) dried to obtain marijuana cigarettes called reeds or joints.

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Nettle decoction Various

Nettle decoction

How to prepare The decoction of nettle leaves is extremely useful when you need to enjoy a purifying activity of your body.This preparation also allows you to perform a diuretic action.Its preparation is really very simple and does not present any kind of complication.

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Sundew: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits Various

Sundew: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

DROSERADrosera rotundifolia (familyDroseraceae) Note 1 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS The sundew, scientific name Drosera rotundifolia, belongs to the family of Droseraceae and is defined as a carnivorous plant or rather insectivorous that captures its prey by means of viscous secretions. drops formed by viscous substances that trap prey.

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Relaxing herbal tea Various

Relaxing herbal tea

Which herbs to choose One of the most interesting combinations of herbs that can be exploited to make an excellent relaxing herbal tea is undoubtedly represented by the mix between chamomile and lime, which can lead to very satisfying results.Chamomile flowers are characterized by having important properties sedative, while the presence of lime ensures the performance of a calming action, but at the same time also relaxing and diuretic.

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Orchid Problems: The expert answers on orchid diseases Various

Orchid Problems: The expert answers on orchid diseases

THE AGRONOMIST ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND TREAT THE PLANTS WHICH ORCHID IS THIS? Meanwhile, I cannot understand which orchid family it belongs to. I tried to look for it in all the photos of your site, and it looks like many but I don't find it exact!

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JUSTICIA: sow, plant, cuttings, maintain with jaima-jardiner.com Various

JUSTICIA: sow, plant, cuttings, maintain with jaima-jardiner.com

Justicia, a very floriferous shrub ... It's true, the justicia (also acobinia carnea, justicia pohliana, justicia magnifica) can be completely covered with flowers all summer and even more, from May-June to September. Justicia rizzinii has leaves reminiscent of boxwood without its characteristic scent, while justicia americana, or American carmantine, has a more natural appearance.

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Plumeria Problems: The expert answers on Plumeria diseases Various

Plumeria Problems: The expert answers on Plumeria diseases

THE AGRONOMIST ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR PLANTSPROBLEMS PLUMERIAPlumeria spp. (Apocynaceae family) The column is dedicated to plant problems.If you wish to write to our agronomist in order to have an answer on an unclear situation or a difficulty concerning your plant , you must indicate: what plant it is; where it is located (inside the house, on the terrace, in the garden, etc.

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Sowing of cinnamomum zeylanicum Various

Sowing of cinnamomum zeylanicum

Question: sowing of cinnamomum zeylanicumsalve, I recently received as a gift some seeds of the cinnamon tree, Cinnamomum zeylanicum precisely, I would like to know what are the procedures for sowing and cultivating this essence. cinnamomum zeylanicum Hi Mariella and welcome to gardening.

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Spring pots - inspiration with spring flowers and other plants in a pot Various

Spring pots - inspiration with spring flowers and other plants in a pot

Photo: Karina Brozinic Spring flowers in vibrant colors or lovely romantic, sometimes unexpected, combinations in a pot - we visited Sofiero's spring exhibition in the orangery. Annika Christensen and Cecilia S. Tukiainen have created a fabulous environment filled with beautiful and smart flower arrangements in a pot.1. Spring pot with earthworm and veronicaSpring pot with earthworm and veronicaPhoto: Karina BrozinicSky and sea.

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Shrimp in Antarctica at a depth of 180 m Various

Shrimp in Antarctica at a depth of 180 m

NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF THE ENVIRONMENT Shrimp found in Antarctica at a depth of 180 m April 9, 2010 A truly surprising news is that some researchers participating in a joint NASA and National Science Foundation expedition stationed in Antarctica, at some point under the ice sheet of the Ross Sea at 180 m deep, they found a sort of shrimp swimming in the observation well they dug to study the ice.

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Agrotextiles and tunnels: means of protection for autumn crops Various

Agrotextiles and tunnels: means of protection for autumn crops

Cosa sono gli agrotessili? A cosa servono i tunnel in agricoltura?Ecco i vari metodi per sapere utilizzare ottimamente alcuni mezzi di protezione delle nostre colture autunnali, come gli agrotessili e i tunnel.Cosa sono gli agrotessili? Cosa sono i tunnel?Agrotessili e tunnel sono due tipi di strumenti di protezione che utilizziamo per proteggere le nostre piante da fattori climatici avversi, che altrimenti potrebbero pregiudicare il normale sviluppo delle nostre coltivazioni.

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Start a forest fruit crop. Everything there knows. Various

Start a forest fruit crop. Everything there knows.

Very small red, purple, pink fruits. That's right, we're really talking about berries. These colorful fruits that have made themselves known for their nutritional properties and their bright colors in our country have become super in demand. It is no coincidence that looking around we can see them on cakes, in ice cream or in many body care products.

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Hasse Andersson grows with children in TV programs! Various

Hasse Andersson grows with children in TV programs!

Hasses Trädgård is a cultivation program for the youngest children and their parents. In ten episodes, the children become acquainted with a vegetable, which we get to follow from farm to fork. In each episode, Hasse grows with the children. They sow from seed, thin, water and care for the plant until it is time to harvest. They sing songs together to help the crops.

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Eucalyptus - Eucalyptus Various

Eucalyptus - Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus Eucalyptus, common name of eucalyptus, belongs to the Myrtaceae family and is a tree native to Australia. Its genus embraces a large number of species: there are in fact more than 500. Eucalyptus takes its name from the Greek terms "eu" - with the meaning of "good" - and "kalùpto" - with the meaning of "hide" - since in its conformation the petals hide the rest of the flower.

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Paleozoic Various

Paleozoic

Paleozoic, primary era or ancient life era EVEN LIVING BEINGS HAD THEIR BIG BANG ... and in a few million years the foundations were laid for the development of so many species that in 500 million years In the previous months we had seen that the complex of soils that form the substratum of the geological series called Prepaleozoic, initially considered by geologists to be devoid of organic remains, corresponds more or less to the first four billion of years of the life of the Earth.

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Dahlia flowers Various

Dahlia flowers

Dahlia flowers The dahlia plant is native to Mexico, it is often cultivated in gardens and there are many qualities: decorative, those with large flowers and arranged in rays, those with curled petals, bushes or with small flowers. Dahlias suitable for growing in pots reach a maximum height of fifty centimeters, while those used for borders or other can reach one and a half meters.

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Michela Bogoni - Artist - Her CV Various

Michela Bogoni - Artist - Her CV

Michela Bogoni, curriculumC & 39; is an indisputable revival for the figurative in art. In the foreground: portraiture. The faces of Michela Bogoni, a Veronese painter from San Bonifacio, digging into the soul starting from physicality. She says she was born with a passion & 34; mania & 34; for art, and that certain things cannot be chosen, you can only accept them and direct them towards their fulfillment.

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Sites of Community Importance or Special Areas of Conservation Various

Sites of Community Importance or Special Areas of Conservation

SPECIAL AREAS OF CONSERVATION o SITES OF COMMUNITY IMPORTANCE (SCI) The special areas of conservation are designated pursuant to Directive 92/43 / Cee, they consist of natural areas, geographically defined and with a delimited surface, which: contain terrestrial or aquatic areas that are distinct due to their geographical, abiotic and biotic, natural or semi-natural (natural habitats) characteristics and which contribute significantly to the conservation, or restoration, of a natural habitat type or a species of wild flora and fauna listed in Annex I and II of Directive 92/43 / EEC, relating to the conservation of natural and semi-natural habitats and of wild flora and fauna in a satisfactory state to protect biological diversity in the Palearctic region by protecting the Alpine, Apennine and Mediterranean environments; are designated by the State through a regulatory, administrative and / or contractual act and in which sinao app licate the conservation measures necessary for the maintenance or restoration, in a satisfactory state of conservation, of the natural habitats and / or populations of the species for which the natural area is designated.

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Cumin Various

Cumin

The caraway, which is also called with the name of caraway or German cumin, is part of the Umbelliferae family, the genus Carum and the caraway species.It is a biennial herbaceous plant, which can reach a height between 50 and 70 centimeters and a width of about 30 centimeters, with an erect posture with extremely smooth and thin stems.

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Agave: language of agave flowers and plants Various

Agave: language of agave flowers and plants

LANGUAGE AND MEANING OF FLOWERS AND PLANTS AGAVEAgavespp. (family: Agavaceae) The agave, this wonderful and imposing plant that has the particularity of blooming only once in its entire life and then dying should mean a love so great that it comes to destroy itself. ; agave represented the feeling of security and stability probably linked to the fact that this plant, given its majesty, does not suggest death or destruction.

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