Hemp--Canabis sativa, is the same genus and species as marijuana only with THC (the primary component that gives marijuana its psychoactive affect), levels lower than 0.3 percent. Hemp is the source plant for hemp oil containing CBD. Hemp has thousands of other uses, from nutrition to textiles, fiber to fuel and paper to bioplastics.
Every lawn has different watering needs. Check for these signs of lawn thirst and water immediately—brownish patches, lifeless blades or a blue-green color. Do not overwater as wet lawns attract pests and disease.
Plant fungus can travel from plant to plant via your hands or a tool. Clean everything after it’s been near a fungus-filled plants.
Trees that are easy to climb and fast-growing with weak branching patterns should not be planted near electric lines.
The tooth is the only part of the human body that cannot heal itself.
In ancient times strangers shook hands to show that they were unarmed.
The lactic acid in Greek yogurt works to remove dead skin making it a great solution for a sunburn. Leave on 15-20 minutes.
You should pull steak out of the refrigerator one hour before grilling. Steaks at room temperature cook evenly.
Some lawn care products should not be used when temperatures exceed 75-80 degrees. Always read the chemical labels.
A human brain has a capacity to store 5 times as much information Wikipedia.
Honey bees instinctively become defensive around dark noses and eyes assuming it may be a bear. They will sting. This is why beekeepers wear white protective suits and never wear dark sunglasses.
Besides helping gardens grow by pollinating trees and flowers, insects enrich soil by helping to break down organic matter more quickly and aerate it—creating healthy root systems for plants.
The safest, purest hummingbird nectar you can make is: 1 part table sugar to 4 parts water. Replace with fresh nectar every 3-5 days. Clean feeder with hot water after each refill. Do not add red food coloring.
Try to keep your lawn free of weeds as they take water away from the grass.
Start seeds of cabbage, brussels sprouts, broccoli and cauliflower for fall transplants.
Remove spent blooms of peony, iris, delphiniums and other flowers.
Put off weeding chores until a rainy day when the invaders are easier to pull out, roots and all, from damp soil.
The foot accounts for 25% of the bones in the human body.
Do NOT refrigerate apples, avocado, bananas, kiwi, lemons, mangoes, oranges, papayas and peaches.
Sweet corn ears are ripe and ready for harvest when the top of the cob is round, not pointed.