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Peanuts are rich in resveratrol

The scientists found that peanuts contain a strong biological activity of natural polyphenols ---- resveratrol, the content is 908 times than the content of grapes, reach 27.2ug / g.

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Seed saving - how to save money in an organic garden

Tested ways to germinate seeds more reliably, and make sure that all the seed we sow will germinate. Plus how to develop a new heirloom vegetable variety.

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The nutritional value of peanut bud

Peanut bud is a food both edible and curable, because most ordinary vegetables can not directly absorb, sprout features not contact with the external world climate, soil nutrition, not need fertilizing, pesticide spraying, is the real pollution-free food.

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How to Grow Wildflowers

Have you tried to grow wildflowers from seed only to find you've got a lush patch of weeds instead? This article explains everything you need to know to grow a beautiful wildflower garden, from preparing the bed to when to plant.

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Tips on How Seeds Germinate & How You Can Make Them

Germination is the term used to describe the sprouting of a plant from a seed or a spore.

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True Blue

Continuing from our previous piece concerning the introduction of select colour schemes within the garden, we now bring you a variety of cool, blue cultivars to compliment the fiery shades we talked about last week.

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Seeding Flowers Indoors: An Inexpensive Way to a Beautiful Summer Garden

Every year you plan that THIS will be the year you have pots and pots of lush plants on your balcony or deck. Then you visit your local nursery in the spring and reality hits -– the cost for your fant

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Production of scotch

The production of Scotch whisky takes time, a lot of time. It is a tedious process that can take years. However when it is done correctly, the product is one worth waiting for.

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The application of naphthalene acetic acid and paclobutrazol on plants

Naphthaalene acetic acid is acidic, its main role is to promote growth, promote rooting. Naphthaalene acetic acid is a broad-spectrum plant growth regulator, can promote plant metabolism and photosynthesis.

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Pepper planting and introduction

Pepper, also known as capsicum, hot pepper, spicy, angle pepper, Qin pepper, is a Solanaceae Capsicum plants. Capsicum is belonging to annual or perennial herb. Usually a conical or oblong fruit, when immature is green, after mature turn into bright red, yellow or purple, red is the most common.

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The NSTP ( Non - Spatial Thinking Process ) Theory

Abstract The NSTP theory mainly advocates that the material universe is exclusively a group of thinking process/es existing in the form of non-spatial feelings. In computer terminology it regards (material) universe as a non-spatial computer (whose hardware is made up of non-spatial feelings and software is made up of superhuman thoughts) and space as a virtual reality (i.e. a projection of non-spatial mind, a form of illusion/mere appearance). It entails 7 theorems which are to some extent proved or reasonably demonstrated / supported. It is found to be a master-key that can resolve mysteries surrounding Zeno’s paradoxes, quantum mechanics, biology, etc through its non - spatial universal mechanical framework.

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Illegal Drugs in UAE: The Criminal Charges for Possession

The laws governing the possession and usage of narcotic drugs have contemporarily attained a lot of attention for the last decade.

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What Grass Weed Killer Are Available?

Eliminate weeds with grass weed killer. Chemists have improved weed chemicals. Use an herbicide to destroy weeds. For plant safety, use the selective weed control. Use post-emergence herbicide for growing grass. The weeds will consume nutrients for your plants. This article will help you choose a weed control product.

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Classification and Mechanism of Cellulase

Cellulase is a general term for enzymes with the ability to degrade cellulose. They can work together to break down cellulose.

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The Veg of Tomorrow, Sown Today

Being the month of May, we each of us have an opportunity now to begin sowing new crops in time for a summer harvest, more specifically salad and vegetable crops that, weather willing, we’ll be able to enjoy with a barbeque come July.

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