From mirrors to dishes to lighting, home decor stores are adding new categories for 2022

The renewed focus on lighting is a category that many home decor retailers and designers have said they will focus on in the coming year. As the market’s winter season approaches, we asked retailers and designers what categories they’re starting to focus on for the coming year. • Pamela Burke, …

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If people don’t cooperate, we can’t save Dal Lake: Ghazala Abdullah

The J&K Lakes Conservation & Management Authority (LC&MA), formerly LAWDA, works beyond extracting unwanted lilies and weeds from the famous Dal and Nigeen Lakes in order to preserve their aesthetics. Both lakes have huge watersheds in the vicinity from which silt flows directly into which however has been a major …

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Indigenous ethnobotanist dedicated to preserving traditional plant knowledge in Greater Victoria – Victoria News

JB (John-Bradley) Williams is an ethnobotanist of Tsawout and Ahousat ancestry dedicated to maintaining traditional knowledge of native plants. His interest in plants began among the horticulturalists at Camosun College. “One of my biology teachers ran a location-based program where they took students to culturally relevant sites – teaching us …

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January NYC Style Events – Times Square Chronicles

You can still ice skate in Central Park, Rockefeller Center, or Bryant Park. Catch the Knicks, Nets, Rangers or Islanders. You can still see the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree until 1/10), the New York Botanical Garden Holiday Train Show runs until 1/23, and the Big Apple Circus until 1/30. Meet …

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6 cities under the radar to visit in the Hudson Valley

The easy-going highways and scenic back roads of the Hudson Valley have practically become destinations in themselves. Whether it’s covered in wildflowers in the summer or blazing gold and auburn in the fall, it’s hard to find a town in the region that isn’t worth stopping by. But most travelers, …

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Good soil is the basis for successful and happy plants

The soil should not be too sandy as it will not retain moisture. Jeanette Castanon, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension December 25, 2021 Now that it’s colder, you might be spending less time in the garden. Just because you can’t get your hands dirty doesn’t mean you don’t have time to …

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Master Gardeners: Falling Leaves: Rake or not? – Chef Orange

By John Green Orange County Master Gardener Hello garden friends and Merry Christmas! Today I stand in front of the kitchen sink and next to me is a steaming cup of coffee, as I gaze out the window, mesmerized, once again witnessing another dreary and wet day. . See, I’m …

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Trellis: the decorative motif that sneaks into the house

How many times have you heard the phrase “bring the outdoors inside”? If you are an avid follower of interior design trends, then probably quite a few. The exterior has often been used as a source of design inspiration and this month’s trend is no different. The latest pattern that …

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Blueprint reveals how plants build a sugar transport route

Fig 1. Arabidopsis root tip showing the position of phloem cells along the length of the root. Credit: Pawel Roszak A tiny region at the root tip has been found to be responsible for orchestrating the growth and development of the intricate network of vascular tissues that carry sugars through …

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US Acids (Organic, Inorganic) Market Size, Share and Trend Analysis Report 2021

Dublin, December 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “US Acids Market Size, Share & Trend Analysis Report by Type (Organic, Inorganic) and Segment Forecast, 2021-2028” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The US acids market size is expected to reach USD 9.6 billion by 2028. The market is expected …

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