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What are the Differences between a Links Course and a Parkland Golf Course?

10th March 2010
The difference between a parkland course and a links course is considerably greater than is commonly known. They are both 'somewhere to play golf' but that's about where any similarity ends. Most people (well, golfers anyway) know that a golf links is a g... Read >
Author: Issac Christian

Growing Pomegranate Trees In Florida

07th January 2010
First, a little about the pomegranate tree, also called Punica granatum. It is dense in nature and a deciduous plant that grows bushy, especially if not cared for properly. Training, as with everything in life, is best done when the tree is small - it can... Read >
Author: fettywzfpwm

Humic Acid Benefits on Sandy Soils

19th December 2008
Sandy soils have almost the opposite problems of clay soils. That would stand to reason, as clay soils are made up of very small particles and sandy soils have larger particles. Particle size makes a huge difference in the way water, air and nutrients mov... Read >
Author: Casey Coke

The Endless Skin Care Benefits of Tamanu Oil Are Ancient, Traditional and Unbelieveably Fabulous.

04th June 2007
Today I want to talk about Tamanu Oil, as the benefits of this fabulous oil seem to be endless. In fact, there appears to be a complete absence of any negative consequences. Here in Vanuatu, we are well aware of the remarkable curative and regenerative pr... Read >
Author: Barry Roche

Characteristics of Different Types of Soil

25th January 2006
The most important factor when beginning to cultivate your garden is to know your soils texture. Take a handful of moist soil and roll it between your palms until it forms a sausage shape. If it feels gritty and breaks apart immediately, the soil is predo... Read >
Author: Alex Fir
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