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Дата публикации: 2017-10-09 08:00

Vitamin C improves the immune system. It acts as an antioxidant and helps form collagen, a protein needed for healthy skin, teeth and bones. It also aids in iron absorption. Fiber reduces the risk for certain types of cancer, helps lower blood cholesterol levels and helps control blood glucose levels. Folic acid helps prevent serious neural tube birth defects and may lower the risk for heart disease.

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Allspice, 6 teaspoon. Substitute with 6/7 teaspoon cinnamon and 6/7 teaspoon ground cloves.

Home, Garden, and Yard - Utah State University Extension

Field bindweed, often called morning glory, is indeed enjoying the hot summer we are having this year. It is just the edge it needs to compete more effectively against the cool season grass lawns most of us grow. As with any weed management, irrigation practices are important, although less so with this weed, since it grows from roots. But it also produces seed which can germinate and grow quickly in the right situation.

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Can I grow bitter melon, gourds, thai chili peppers, hmong cucumbers, peas, green peas, sugar snap peas, and lemon grass in Clinton? When should I plant them?

Spotted spurge is taking over my lawn. What can I do now, in these hot August temperatures, to knock back this weed problem?

Yeast, active dry, 6 tablespoon. Substitute with 6 package active dry yeast or 6 compressed yeast cake.

Clothing and bedding. Your disaster supply kit should include at least one complete change of clothing and footwear per person. Items to include are: sturdy shoes or work boots, rain gear, blankets or sleeping bags, hat and gloves, thermal underwear and sunglasses.

Peas, radishes, lettuce and onions are considered cool season vegetables that you can plant as soon as you can work the soil in the spring. Melons, tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers should be planted when the threat of frost is gone. Attached is a link to a variety recommendation with planting dates. http:///files/publications/publication/HG_

A friend has recommended an Epsom salt solution for my garden plants. How are Epsom salts used here? I know they add mag to the soil if it is depleted but I didn''t think they were used in alkaline soils. do they have any benefits? Will they help me grow blueberries etc., stuff that needs acidic soil? Research says that Epsom doesn''t change the ph much but I know sulfur is good.

http:///insect/fs/ to see “Grasshoppers and their Control,” by Alan H. Roe.