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First reported Oct 28 2014 - Updated Oct 28 2014 - 1 reports

Can trees be identified by their fall colors?

When it comes to identifying trees, the leaves are often the first clue. Of course, other characteristics such as the bark and overall shape of the tree can be used to recognize a tree's species at other times of the year. But for a brief period during ... [Published Staten Island Live - Oct 28 2014]
First reported Oct 27 2014 - Updated Oct 27 2014 - 1 reports

Cutting back on road salt use: a little chemistry, a little technology, a lot of training

By DAVID BROOKSStaff WriterThere’s a lot of chemistry and technology involved in the simple-sounding process of tossing salt onto ice to melt it, but there’s also a lot of potential liability.“It’s an uphill battle to try and get people to reduce salt ... [Published Nashua Telegraph - Oct 27 2014]
First reported Oct 23 2014 - Updated Oct 23 2014 - 1 reports

My View: Trees from pioneer days replaced by munchkins in Miller Park

The Yalecrest neighborhood is known for its tall trees, such as these sycamores on Michigan Avenue. Salt Lake City, Utah. March 31, 2005. Photo by Kersten Swinyard.Kersten Swinyard, Deseret Morning NewsEnlarge photo»When the Mormon pioneers came to the ... [Published Deseret Morning News - Oct 23 2014]
First reported Oct 22 2014 - Updated Oct 22 2014 - 1 reports

Glow-In-The-Dark Treats To Light Up Your Halloween

Glowing tapioca pearls accompanied by spiders (made of chocolate drizzle), just in time for Halloween, by Luma Bites Martina Zupanic/Luma Bites hide captioni toggle caption Martina Zupanic/Luma BitesThis Halloween, what better way to one-up your friends ... [Published NPR - Oct 22 2014]
First reported Oct 22 2014 - Updated Oct 22 2014 - 1 reports

Trailblazers: Volunteers maintain wooded paths in Worcester

WORCESTER — If you've ever gone for a nature hike in the city, you can thank somebody like Gordon Larrivee for the fact that the trail wasn't overgrown, eroded away or blocked by fallen trees.A couple of times a month, Mr. Larrivee grabs a saw or loppers ... [Published Worcester Telegram & Gazette - Oct 22 2014]
First reported Oct 14 2014 - Updated Oct 14 2014 - 1 reports

Guidelines for Establishing an Orchard

Fall has descended on us here on Deer Isle – the Hostel is closed, the cucumber vines but a mere shadow of what they were a month ago and the Brassicas are singing in the much needed October drizzle. Fall is not only a great time to enjoy garden bounty ... [Published Mother Earth News - Oct 14 2014]
First reported Oct 07 2014 - Updated Oct 07 2014 - 1 reports

Outdoor Rooms You'll Love

A stone table that weighs more than a ton is the focal point of this outdoor dining area at a St. Louis home. The homeowners' love of Tuscan style inspired the design.Honeysuckle and clematis scale a black locust arbor in this elegant Michigan courtyard. ... [Published Midwest Living - Oct 07 2014]
First reported Oct 06 2014 - Updated Oct 06 2014 - 1 reports

Molecular Cloning, Characterization and Expression Analysis of the SAMS Gene during Adventitious Root Development in IBA-Induced Tetraploid Black Locust

by Jine Quan, Sheng Zhang, Chunxia Zhang, Sen Meng, Zhong Zhao, Xuexuan XuS-Adenosylmethionine synthetase (SAMS) catalyzes the synthesis of S-adenosylmethionine (SAM), a precursor for ethylene and polyamine biosynthesis. Here, we report the isolation ... [Published Plosone.org - Oct 06 2014]
First reported Oct 04 2014 - Updated Oct 04 2014 - 1 reports

Leaves are beginning to change

With the autumn colors coming on fast everyone is thinking about tree leaves. When it comes to trees, we have the market cornered here in our area. There are more varieties of trees, shrubs and vines here than anywhere in the world except maybe the tropics. ... [Published Middlesboro Daily News - Oct 04 2014]
First reported Oct 03 2014 - Updated Oct 03 2014 - 1 reports

Scrap Trees Get New Life in Structural Systems

A 26-foot-tall, load-bearing black willow tree replaces a steel column in the atrium of the rennovated Myrick Hixon EcoPark in La Crosse, Wis.Credit: WholeTrees Architecture & StructuresA tree’s natural strength is often compromised in wood-frame construction, ... [Published Architect Magazine - Oct 03 2014]
First reported Oct 02 2014 - Updated Oct 02 2014 - 1 reports

Renwald: Things fall through the cracks

If a tree grows in Brooklyn, a garden grows in the gutter here.Step up to the curb, ladies and gentleman, and I will introduce you to morning glories, portulaca, verbena, goldenrod, lamb's quarters, dandelions, Manitoba maple, black locust, and yes, even ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - Oct 02 2014]
First reported Sep 30 2014 - Updated Sep 30 2014 - 1 reports

Natural Regeneration of Trees in Three Types of Afforested Stands in the Taihang Mountains, China

by Xitian Yang, Dongfeng Yan, Canran LiuNatural regeneration is the natural process by which plants replace themselves. It is a cost-effective way to re-establish vegetation, and it helps to preserve genetic identity and diversity. In this study, we investigated ... [Published Plosone.org - Sep 30 2014]

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"We were watching a movie," says Zupanic, eating chips on the couch. When she dropped them in the dark, she thought, "It would be great if we could have chips that glow in the dark."
"We need to get out and advocate for these trails," Mr. Sabulis said. "I don't think people are aware of what a resource we have here in Worcester."
"These plants blow in with the wind," Pringle says. "The seeds arrive on dogs, or in the pant cuffs of people walking by."
...when he suddenly interrupted me and asked, "Why do people build skyscrapers?" What this had to do with my overcrowded garden, I hadn't a clue. "So they can cram a lot of people into a place without using up much ground room?" I ventured

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Can trees be identified by their fall colors? [Published Staten Island Live - Oct 28 2014]
Cutting back on road salt use: a little chemist... [Published Nashua Telegraph - Oct 27 2014]
My View: Trees from pioneer days replaced by mu... [Published Deseret Morning News - Oct 23 2014]
Glow-In-The-Dark Treats To Light Up Your Halloween [Published NPR - Oct 22 2014]
Trailblazers: Volunteers maintain wooded paths ... [Published Worcester Telegram & Gazette - Oct 22 2014]
Guidelines for Establishing an Orchard [Published Mother Earth News - Oct 14 2014]
Concord: America's foxy grape tastes good too [Published Foster's Daily Democrat - Oct 11 2014]
Outdoor Rooms You'll Love [Published Midwest Living - Oct 07 2014]
Molecular Cloning, Characterization and Express... [Published Plosone.org - Oct 06 2014]
Leaves are beginning to change [Published Middlesboro Daily News - Oct 04 2014]
Scrap Trees Get New Life in Structural Systems [Published Architect Magazine - Oct 03 2014]
Renwald: Things fall through the cracks [Published Hamilton Spectator - Oct 02 2014]
Got your goat? [Published Martha's Vineyard Times - Oct 01 2014]
Natural Regeneration of Trees in Three Types of... [Published Plosone.org - Sep 30 2014]
Leelanau Conservancy celebrates unique natural ... [Published Grand Traverse Insider - Sep 22 2014]
Firewood basics: Tips for drying, storage and s... [Published Farm and Dairy - Sep 13 2014]
The early Audubon [Published Harvard Gazette - Sep 05 2014]
Dead trees are more than just firewood [Published Farm and Dairy - Jul 31 2014]
Vertical Gardening Tips [Published Green (Living) Review - Jul 30 2014]
SLC says pain worth the gain in Miller Park’s r... [Published Salt Lake Tribune - Jul 27 2014]
Garden Club to hold Garden Walk June 29 [Published Northwestern - Jun 20 2014]
Yard MD: June is invasive species awareness mon... [Published Stevens Point Journal - Jun 05 2014]
How A Rise In Backyard Beekeeping Can Help Teac... [Published Think Progress - Jun 04 2014]
The Disquieting Delights Of Salt-Rising Bread [Published Popular Science - New Technology, Science News, ... - May 20 2014]
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The early Audubon [Published Harvard Gazette - Sep 05 2014]
Growing up in the late 18th century, John James Audubon regularly skipped school and headed to the fields, spending his early years developing the techniques that led to his career as a famed naturalist who made pioneering contributions to art and ...
Vertical Gardening Tips [Published Green (Living) Review - Jul 30 2014]
Grow more, save space, and harvest with ease by using these basic techniques for vertical gardening. A few years back I was leading an old friend through my garden, all the while bemoaning my lack of growing space, when he suddenly interrupted ...
How A Rise In Backyard Beekeeping Can Help Teac... [Published Think Progress - Jun 04 2014]
Pavel Snejnevski showed up to the parking lot in Northeast D.C. in a gray suit and tie. He’d be returning to work later that afternoon, but now he had a more pressing task, one for which he was willing to brave the unseasonably cold May rain in his work ...
The Disquieting Delights Of Salt-Rising Bread [Published Popular Science - New Technology, Science News, ... - May 20 2014]
Infectious ConfectionViktor KerlowI've recently come across a fringe fermentation method that, unlike the breads and brews and yogurts and pickles and misos we know and love, isn't run by the usual benign microbes. The engine behind this fermentation ...
Planting Trees into Climate Crisis [Published Nerdcore - Aug 24 2011]
Planting Trees into Climate Crisis(Youtube Direkttrees, via Rebelart) Interessante Aktion einer neuen Guerilla-Gruppe namens Black Locust, die nach eigenen Angaben hunderte von Bäumen unter die Gebäude von Vattenfall und das Kraftwerk Jänschwalde gepflanzt ...
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