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Sketchy seeds from China in the mail finally explained

Don't Miss: Amazon’s epic Black Friday deals started early this year and you won’t believe how good they are! Mysterious seeds from China have been shipped to Americans in all 50 states, an investigation discovered. The recipients got various types of seeds, some of them being harmless, common seeds that one might plant in their garden. Others were harmful to the soil. The mystery appears to have been a vast scam targeting people whose online accounts have been compromised. The novel coronavirus pandemic was undoubtedly the biggest and scariest situation of 2020, but it’s hardly the strangest thing that happened last year. Thousands of...
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growingthehomegarden.com

How to Save Seeds from Squash and Zucchini

Saving seeds of squash and zucchini is a very simple process. When the growing season begins to wan start allowing a few squash fruits to grow. They will become large and tough and won’t be well suited for eating but will be perfect for generating seeds. Once the squash fruits...
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Northern Virginia Daily

Commentary: Reaping the seeds of the Build Back Better “harvest”

Like many in the valley, I am well attuned to the time proven adage of “you reap what you sow.” Seeds take time to germinate and grow before the crop is harvested in the Fall. Since the seeds of the Biden Administration’s Build Back Better Program were planted in January and they have germinated, it is time to examine the resulting harvest. But before we do that let’s take a look at the two individuals who planted and tended the Administration’s seeds – President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
POLITICS
Port Townsend Leader

What’s new at the Community Seed Project | Garden Notes

“Every seed is life.” That simple idea is at the heart of the Community Seed Project, a collaborative effort to plant, save, and share locally developed seeds. According to Karen Seabrook, WSU Extension Master Gardener and director of the Seed Library of Jefferson County, the mission is to improve and preserve the genetic diversity of local seed varieties. Since the Seed Library was formed in partnership with WSU in 2019, more than 250 gardeners have borrowed seeds, planted a wide variety of vegetables, and saved seeds at the end of the growing season.
JEFFERSON COUNTY, WA
Stuttgart Daily Leader

Chaff lining, seed mills aid in fight against herbicide-resistant weeds

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station is taking part in research to fight the battle against herbicide-resistant weeds. Catching weed seeds before they start a new generation of herbicide-resistant plants is the tactic behind a relatively new method in the United States that weed scientists in Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri have partnered to investigate.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR

Ivory Coast is planting the seeds of sustainability

As the world’s leading cocoa producer, the Ivory Coast has paid a steep price when it comes to deforestation. Now, efforts are underway to bring the forests back and keep the cocoa industry running more sustainably for generations to come.
INDUSTRY
theleafonline.com

Know your seeds: Cannabis A-Z

Cannabis or mostly known as Marijuana, is one of the famous psychotropic plant products. It has the most appealing effects on your body. Its popularity nowadays has encouraged people to grow these plants themselves. When you want to start growing Marijuana in your garden, you need to nurture it right from the beginning. The secret to a healthy plant is a healthy seed. There are many strains that people can grow at their home. Rainbow kush, harlequin, and Mr nice guy strain are some of the popular ones.
GARDENING
thengozimedia.com

Agric experts warn against gradual phase-out of indigenous seeds for GMOs

Specialists within the agricultural meals chain have decried the gradual infiltration of Genetically Modified Organisms into the Nigerian market, with fears that the development might section out indigenous crops that are environmentally pleasant. Additionally they warned that cultivating GMO crops will ultimately have an effect on native vegetation, crops and...
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wfxb.com

Eat More Pumpkin!

The pumpkin may help your relationships! Their seeds have huge amounts of the amino acid tryptophan, which gets converted to serotonin and makes you feel good! So after you carve that pumpkin this week, save the seeds, roast them and gobble ’em up! Before you know it, you will forget all about that annoying thing your mate does!
LIFESTYLE
chelseagreen.com

Tasty Ways to Use Pumpkin Seeds

As much as we love pumpkins, sometimes it can be a challenge to figure out how to take advantage of all those nourishing seeds. Packed with rich nutrients such as magnesium, zinc, and plant-based omega-3s, these seeds are certainly worth the extra effort in the kitchen. If you’re tired of the standard roasting drill, try some of the following alternative ways to enjoy pumpkin seeds.
FOOD & DRINKS
carriagetownenews.com

Fall Seed Swap

KINGSTON — Pollinator Pathways NH will host its third annual, very popular, Seed Swap event on Sat., November 13, from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Kingston Recreation, 24 Main Street. Seeds for at least twenty native species will be available for pollinator gardens and wildflower meadows. Included with the...
KINGSTON, NH
High Plains Journal

Chaff lining, seed mills aid in fight against herbicide-resistant weeds

The Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station is taking part in research to fight the battle against herbicide-resistant weeds. Catching weed seeds before they start a new generation of herbicide-resistant plants is the tactic behind a relatively new method in the United States that weed scientists in Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri have partnered to investigate.
AGRICULTURE
golfbusinessnews.com

Catch up on the seeds and the science with DLF at SALTEX

Turf professionals from across the sports and landscaping sectors can look forward to a refresher on ‘all things seed’ with a stop by the DLF stand at SALTEX 2021. Returning this November to stand J052, the DLF Technical Team will be on hand to discuss their vast portfolio of specialist mixtures from both the Johnsons Sports Seed and Masterline ranges, along with the latest developments in their research and breeding programmes.
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