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How come pomegranate flowers fall

Hello James The pomegranate, like all plants, has the goal of reproducing and therefore regularly bearing fruit and consequently producing the seeds that will allow the species to continue. So the flower drop is an anomaly that indicates suffering or a particular moment in the life of the plant (youth for example).
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Savory pie with herbs

How to prepare the savory pie Clean the herbs and let them blanch for a few minutes in a little salted water. Drain them, pass them under cold water and squeeze them very well, in order to remove the vegetation water. Chop them coarsely with a knife.In a bowl, beat the eggs, salt and pepper, add the grated cheese (keeping a small handful aside), the diced cheese and mix very well until the mixture is smooth.
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How and when to harvest Jerusalem artichokes

Jerusalem artichoke is by far one of the simplest vegetables to grow as well as being a very productive plant: why it is so little widespread in vegetable gardens remains a mystery. We have already seen how Jerusalem artichokes are grown in a dedicated article, I will now give some advice on harvesting this tuber and how to best preserve it.
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How To Grow and Care For Tecoma Stans Yellow Bells

Tecoma Stans tek-OH-muh, stanz is a perennial flowering shrub known for its highly attractive and bright-colored flowers from the (trumpet vine) family Bignoniaceae. Also in the family is Tecomaria capensis the orange cape honeysuckle.It’s native to North America, South America, and Central America and is known as Bignonia stans and Stenolobium stans.
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Cotton cochineal of citrus fruits: recognize and eliminate it

Mealybugs are small parasitic insects that we can find on fruit plants, there are various species. Among these is the cottony cochineal of citrus fruits, which we often find on fruit plants and in particular, as the name implies, in the citrus grove.It is a pest that can cause serious damage to the plant, also favoring diseases such as smokiness and virosis.
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Garden-readings for quarantine: a bit of (agri) culture

Many will spend this period closed at home. The measures to limit coronavirus contagion ask us to limit travel to the strictest needs. This forced and necessary quarantine can be an opportunity to read some good books. Remaining on the theme of the vegetable garden and natural agriculture, I suggest some excellent readings.
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