Ecosystem

  • The sweetest stevia

    The sweet stevia is originally from South America, the neighboring region between Brazil and Paraguay. There are over 240 species…

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  • Chestnut blight has already (bio) healing

    After three long years of work in the laboratory, the first bio product comes in Portugal to combat the chestnut…

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  • Assorted and aromatic tapas – chives, basil and coriander

    The tapa came probably after the Spanish Civil War and its consequent shortage of time, quite possibly touched in bars…

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  • DIY: The pineapple is the new fashion in health and decoration

    The pineapple is a tropical fruit with intense flavor, sweet, fresh and juicy, great for ice cream, desserts, fruit salads,…

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  • March seasonal fruit

    March is a month of change, in the Northern Hemisphere announces the arrival of spring (March 21) and in the…

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  • DIY: Start your own ‘WindowFarms’

    In the twenty-first century, the lives of citizens is much more hurried and less appreciated. There is no time to…

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  • How to get rid (once for all) of snails?

    Plant health problems (phytosanitary problems or phytosanitary issues) are a threat to crops and snails are one of the worst pests (especially…

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  • “Permaculture for Dummies – Sheet Mulching”

      5 Steps for Dummies to Sheet Mulching Cut the grass or vegetation to the ground. Plant the crop that…

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  • The Garlic secrets – Allium sativum

    Garlic (Allium sativum, Liliaceae family) is a plant that grows approximately 60 centimeters. The garlic bulb is the main interest…

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  • Exotic ginger

    Ginger (Zingiber officinale, Zingiberaceae family) is a perennial plant, approximately 1 meter, whose rhizome (underground stem) is edible. The plant was…

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