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plantsThree-way dance between herbivores, plants and microbes unveiledPhys.Org - ‎15 hours ago‎What looks like a caterpillar chewing on a leaf or a beetle consuming fruit
is likely a three-way battle that benefits most, if not all of the players
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System automatically detects cracks in nuclear power plantsScience Daily - ‎15 hours ago‎"Periodic inspection of the components of nuclear power plants is important to avoid accidents and ensure safe operation," said Mohammad
R. Jahanshahi, an assistant professor in Purdue University's Lyles School
of Civil Engineering.
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Know your poisonous plantsWRKF - ‎Feb 18, 2017‎The fact that many of the plants we grow as ornamentals are considered poisonous is a topic that
horticulturists don't often discuss.
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Despite Trump, Ford moves ahead with plans for Mexico plantsCNNMoney - ‎Feb 17, 2017‎Ford Mexico CEO Gabriel Lopez said at a company event in Mexico City
Thursday that it's going ahead with plans to expand two of its plants -- an engine plant in Chihuahua and a transmission plant in Irapuato. These plans aren't new -- they were first ...
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South TX Gardener: Transitioning Plants back Outside just in Time for SpringKIII TV3 - ‎Feb 18, 2017‎This is a matter of taking the plants out side for a small amount of time and gradually increasing both the
amount of time and increasing the amount of direct sun the plant gets. Starting the plant out in a milder climate such as a patio with filtering ...
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Plants on the Attack! How Plants Use Scents to Ward Off PredatorsPryor Daily Times - ‎1 hour ago‎Now, an international research team at Leipzig University and the German
Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) has discovered that plants can actually identify a specific attacking herbivore and adapt the odors
they emit in order to ...
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How does warm winter weather affect plants?Herald-Whig - ‎9 hours ago‎Plants like those that survive our temperate Midwestern climate undergo various
types of dormancy beginning in the waning days of fall.
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How to save water-wise plants from too much rainSacramento Bee - ‎Feb 17, 2017‎Like many Californians, Kate Karam replaced her traditional landscaping
with water-wise alternatives. But recent winter storms have her worried
that her new drought-tolerant plants are getting too much water. “I'm watching them rot,” said Karam, a ...
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Warm spell no big threat to plantsMankato Free Press - ‎11 hours ago‎MANKATO - The early warm spell may start tricking some tree buds to begin
opening, but a brief fake spring shouldn't cause any serious problem for
trees or plants. Gary Wyatt, University of Minnesota Extension educator, said buds on
trees often start ...
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Australia says clean energy fund could underwrite new coal plants ...Reuters - ‎11 hours ago‎Australia is considering altering legislation to enable funds slated for
clean energy developments to be used to bankroll construction of new low
emission, ...
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How to deter squirrels from eating buds and leaves off plantsNOLA.com - ‎Feb 18, 2017‎Sometimes if traps are put right by the plants being affected, you can catch the squirrels doing the damage and get rid
of them.
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Blundering Gardener: What grows best on boulevard strips? Plants that like
road salt
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press - ‎11 hours ago‎This always happens when I tackle a complex topic. Last week's topic was
salt. Remember the book by that name that was a huge best-seller years ago?
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The Cure of PlantsAspen Daily News - ‎2 hours ago‎When Dr. Michael Greger was introduced last week he was called the “Michael
Jordan of wellness medicine.” Aspen Valley Hospital brought him to the
Roaring Fork Valley to talk about “How Not to Die,” the title of his New
York Times best-selling book.
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New life for 19th-century plantsPhys.Org - ‎Feb 17, 2017‎Using herbaceous plant specimens from Brown University's herbarium collected from 1846 to 1916,
Dr. Tim Whitfeld, senior author of the study, and his colleagues extracted
and quantified heavy metal concentrations including copper, lead, and zinc.
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Warm spell could harm plants and insects if a hard freeze followsNews-Press Now - ‎Feb 17, 2017‎The warm temperatures are great for most people, but they pose a threat for plants and insects, mostly because a cooldown is likely to affect our area
sometime soon.
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2 bills focus on sewage plants - Arkansas Democrat-GazetteArkansas Online - ‎Feb 18, 2017‎Legislation filed this week would require new nonmunicipal wastewater
treatment plant owners to pay more funds into the Arkansas Department of ...
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Pruning fruit trees and plants yields better produceKansas City Star - ‎19 hours ago‎Fruit plantings require care throughout the season for their entire life.
If proper care is not given, the tree and berry plants become overgrown, and disease and insect problems can increase. They
decline, leading to no production or death of the plants.
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Growing Together: Steps you need to know when growing plants indoorsWDAZ - ‎Feb 18, 2017‎If gardeners are so thrifty, how do we reconcile our yearly plant expenditures? It's easy. We convince ourselves that since we don't party
on the French Riviera, own a yacht docked in Boston harbor or drink Dom
Perignon, we're justified in buying plants.
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RIDEOUT: Hardening plants and cold framesThe Gleaner - ‎13 hours ago‎The hardening process, also called hardening off, changes tender and
succulent plants into tough plants with stronger stems and leaves capable of withstanding wind and sunlight.
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Letter: Food processors should use local labor to build plantsTri-City Herald - ‎2 hours ago‎The Tri-City area is the fourth lowest-cost region in North America to
package food, which explains this “boom,” and the plant expansion for Conagra in Richland and new facilities such as Preferred
Freezer. These facilities provide some family wage ...
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