The Best Marijuana Stocks for a Long Term Investment? 3 ancillary cannabis companies for your list right now

Investing in the best potted US stocks in 2021 Looking for the best stocks of marijuana to buy before October? Last week, the cannabis sector and markets as a whole experienced some market volatility and fell back in the first half of the week. But with an announcement from Congress …

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Swanton to apply for grant to help control pest plants in Maquam Bay

A strip of decaying plants can be seen along the shoreline of Maquam Bay in Swanton on Friday, August 20, 2021. Photo by Shaun Robinson / VTDigger Swanton town officials will apply for a state grant that could help control the growth of noxious plants in Maquam Bay, members of …

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It’s moms season

Nothing says falling like chrysanthemums in the garden. Moms are truly the most exciting flower in the landscape for display in late summer and fall. A Chinese philosopher once said, “If you want to be happy for a lifetime, grow chrysanthemums. Mum was first cultivated in China as a flowering …

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Extension: Stormwater management starts at home

Best day-to-day management practices • Avoid overuse of pesticides and fertilizers – use only the amount needed and apply only when needed; • Apply fertilizers and pesticides only to target areas. Do not spread fertilizer on paved surfaces that drain into storm drains; • Follow recommended watering practices. Avoid over-watering …

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Driver injured at Valley Proteins factory in Fayetteville two weeks after two workers died :: WRAL.com

By Sydney Franklin, WRAL Multiplatform Producer Fayetteville, North Carolina – A driver was injured Saturday morning at the Valley Proteins factory in Fayetteville where two workers were found unconscious nearly two weeks earlier. A spokesperson for the Valley Protein Blue Collar Organizing Committee said a driver in the cab of …

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Lessons from my garden on patient care

Sometimes on a summer Sunday I sit outside on my covered porch and gaze at my shady garden. During this time, I also think about my patients and the lessons my garden has taught me about them. It might seem strange to compare patients to plants, so let me explain. …

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Restoration of the historical monument Itasca Rock Garden

September 25 – Work should be completed on the site next fall Piece by piece, as if they were putting together a large jigsaw puzzle, two restorers are restoring the historic Itasca Rock Garden monument to its original grandeur. Curators, contracted out by the Wisconsin-based Kohler Foundation, said by the …

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Elegant evergreen with golden foliage: George’s Plant Pick of the Week

Here is PennLive Garden writer George Weigel’s Plant of the Week pick for this week: * Common name: Eastern spruce ‘Skylands’ * Botanical name: Picea orientalis ‘Skylands’ * What it is: ‘Skylands’ is a slow growing eastern spruce variety that produces golden-green needles to accompany its fairly narrow, upright habit. …

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Native plant program shows homeowners how to support wildlife

The carefully planted and planned restored prairie at Old City Park in Greenwood hummed and buzzed with activity. Bees, flies and butterflies moved from flower to flower, sucking up nutrients. Stems of goldenrod, prairie clover, swamp milkweed, and purple coneflower provided a buffet of all kinds for all manner of …

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Master Gardeners: September is the time to prepare the garden – Orange Leader

Originally posted by Doug Jimerson Edited by John Green According to our local meteorologists, we will experience cooler weather conditions including low humidity and fall-like day and night temperatures for a week! Which means fall is finally here – alright, alright … maybe I’m hanging on to the straws, but …

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