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The strength of small big steps: transhumance yesterday and today New

The strength of small big steps: transhumance yesterday and today

The strength of small big steps: transhumance yesterday and today Pages: 1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 Current uses and conservation status of tratturi In Italy, Abruzzo, Molise and Puglia, but with traces also in Campania and Basilicata, the tratturi system had, at the moment of its maximum development, a consistency of about 3000 km of track (Iazzetti, 1999).

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Crassula 'Buddha's Temple' New

Crassula 'Buddha's Temple'

Scientific NameCrassula & 39;Buddha& 39;s Temple& 39;Scientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: CrassuloideaeGenus: CrassulaParentageThis hybrid is a cross between Crassula pyramidalis and Crassula perfoliata var. minor (formerly known as Crassula falcata) created by Myron Kimnach in 1959.

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What Is Boxleaf Azara: Learn About Azara Microphylla Care New

What Is Boxleaf Azara: Learn About Azara Microphylla Care

By: Teo SpenglerIf your neighbor says she is growing azara boxleaf shrubs, you might ask: “What is boxleaf azara?” These shrubs are gorgeous little evergreens for the garden. For more Azara microphylla information and tips on how to grow boxleaf azara, read on.What is Boxleaf Azara?Imagine a slender tree with tiny, shiny evergreen leaves that look like round emeralds.

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Mallow herbal tea New

Mallow herbal tea

How to prepare it To make a simple mallow herbal tea, it will be necessary to perform a few, simple operations: first of all, two teaspoons of dry mallow herb (which must be previously chopped) will be sufficient, which must then be macerated in a saucepan filled with 39; water.

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No Leaves On Crepe Myrtle: Reasons For Crepe Myrtle Not Leafing Out New

No Leaves On Crepe Myrtle: Reasons For Crepe Myrtle Not Leafing Out

By: Jackie CarrollCrepe myrtles are lovely trees that take center stage when they are in full bloom. But what causes a lack of leaves on crepe myrtle trees? Find out about why crepe myrtles may be late leafing out or fail to leaf out at all in this article.My Crepe Myrtle Has No LeavesCrepe myrtles are one of the last plants to leaf out in spring.

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Tree cutting New

Tree cutting

Tree cutting It is good to remember that the cutting operations in a plant are interventions performed on a living element, to be carried out in full respect of the tree on which it is acting. Furthermore, it is advisable to deepen the knowledge of the characteristics of the plant in order to avoid causing damage: the purpose of the cut, on the contrary, is to favor its harmonious and aesthetically appreciable development.

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Information About New Zealand Spinach New

Information About New Zealand Spinach

Get Started New Zealand Spinach Plants: Learn How To Grow New Zealand SpinachBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistWhile New Zealand spinach may be used in the same way, it has very different growing conditions from its look-a-like, cool-season cousin. Click on the following article for tips on how to grow New Zealand spinach, a plant you can enjoy all summer long.

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Palm Tree Dropping Fronds: Can You Save A Palm Tree Without Fronds New

Palm Tree Dropping Fronds: Can You Save A Palm Tree Without Fronds

Palm trees are quite hardy in their native ranges but problems can arise when these transplants are sited in regions that aren’t specifically adapted to their needs. Palms that live in areas with violent storms, cold snaps and even excessively wet winters can be prey to leaf loss. There are innumerable reasons for palm tree fronds falling off, from natural “cleaning” to damaging cultivation, disease and pest issues.

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Growing Mushrooms At Home: How To Make A Mushroom Fruiting Chamber New

Growing Mushrooms At Home: How To Make A Mushroom Fruiting Chamber

Growingmushrooms at home is a fun, rewarding endeavor culminating in the deliciousfruits of your labor. Setting up a mushroom fruiting chamber is really the onlydifficult thing about growing mushrooms at home, and even then, a DIY mushroomhouse doesn’t have to be complex. To learn how to make your own mushroomfruiting chamber, read the following mushroom fruiting house ideas.

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Topping: definition and meaning New

Topping: definition and meaning

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Snapp Stayman Information – Snapp Apple History And Uses New

Snapp Stayman Information – Snapp Apple History And Uses

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterSnapp Stayman apples are delicious dual-purpose apples with a sweet-tangy flavor and a crispy texture that makes them ideal for cooking, snacking, or making delicious juice or cider. Attractive apples with a globe-like shape, Snapp Stayman apples are bright, shiny red on the outside and creamy while on the inside.

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Salad Burnet Plant: How To Grow Salad Burnet New

Salad Burnet Plant: How To Grow Salad Burnet

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistSalad burnet plant is a Mediterranean native with hardy tolerance. It is a perennial herb, which is naturalized in Europe and North America. Salad burnet herb is a member of the rose family and is used as an erosion control, salad green, and used for flavoring in vinegars and sauces.

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Contributions from the Chamber of Commerce also for farms New

Contributions from the Chamber of Commerce also for farms

There is more and more financial aid that farms can apply for. Today we are talking about the contributions of the Chamber of Commerce. The contributions of the Chamber of Commerce we are talking about are those that are part of the PID project, Punto Impresa Digitale. The Digital Business Points are service structures located at the Chambers of Commerce dedicated to the dissemination of culture and the practice of digital diffusion in the SMEs (Micro Small Medium Enterprises) of all economic sectors.

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Plywood crafts for garden decoration: making budget garden figures New

Plywood crafts for garden decoration: making budget garden figures

How pleasant it is to walk in your own garden, enjoying the enchanting nature and stunning fresh air. Thinking over the design of a suburban area, each owner tries to make it special, adding color and creating a positive mood. Garden figurines made of plywood are able to successfully complement plant compositions and amazingly transform the site, making it a nice and cozy corner, conducive to a pleasant rest.

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Papyrus (Cyperus) - Cyperaceae - How to Care, Grow and Bloom Papyrus Plants New

Papyrus (Cyperus) - Cyperaceae - How to Care, Grow and Bloom Papyrus Plants

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS PAPIRO (CYPERUS) Papyrus, this incredible plant is very widespread and cultivated both for the beauty of its fronds and for the ease of cultivation. Cyperus Species: see the paragraph «Main species» GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS The papyrus, this extraordinary plant with a very characteristic appearance, is native to the humid and marshy areas of several countries: South America, Africa, Asia and Europe.

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Is This Dracaena Or Yucca – How To Tell A Yucca From A Dracaena New

Is This Dracaena Or Yucca – How To Tell A Yucca From A Dracaena

So you’ve been given a plant with spiky leaves but no further information, including the name of the plant. It looks familiar, rather like a dracaena or yucca, but you have no idea what the difference between a yucca and dracaena is. How can you tell which it is? Read on to find out how to tell a yucca from a dracaena plant.

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Garden Themed Projects: Using Crafts From The Garden To Teach Kids New

Garden Themed Projects: Using Crafts From The Garden To Teach Kids

As homeschooling becomes the new norm, social media posts of parents doing projects with their kids abound. Arts and crafts make up a large portion of these, and there are abundant activities that can be done to combine arts and crafts with the great outdoors, specifically the garden. All you have to do is get creative!

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Hardy Camellia Plants: Growing Camellias In Zone 6 Gardens New

Hardy Camellia Plants: Growing Camellias In Zone 6 Gardens

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerIf you have visited southern states of the U.S., you’ve probably noticed the beautiful camellias that grace most gardens. Camellias are especially the pride of Alabama, where they are the official state flower. In the past, camellias could only be grown in U.S. Learn more about these hardy camellia plants below.

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Night Scented Stock Care: How To Grow Evening Stock Plants New

Night Scented Stock Care: How To Grow Evening Stock Plants

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistNight scented stock plants are a sensory delight in the landscape. Also known as evening stock plants, night scented stock is an old-fashioned annual that reaches its peak fragrance at twilight. Best of all, evening stock plants are easy to grow and thrive in a wide range of soil situations provided they are in full sun.

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What and how to hide in the garden in autumn New

What and how to hide in the garden in autumn

Until the frosts struck Here and autumn is coming to an end. A light breeze drives fallen leaves across the frozen ground. The mood is romantic. I'm happy to think about this free weekend. No weeding for you, no digging in the ground. And plantings with transfers are coming to an end. We are going to the dacha. I am with brooms for a bath, and my wife is with an ax.

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