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Leaf Relief

Fronds to the fore

Autumn means leaves will be falling from the trees soon but in terms of vegetable growing it’s a time when the emerging crops bring lots of new leaves. 411 more words

Grow Your Own

Preserving the harvest - canning, drying, freezing

The end of the summer growing season and the beginning of fall is a great time to talk about saving produce for the winter.

Sure, there was probably more variety and even quantity in the garden and at the market earlier in the season, but late-season gardens also have great productivity — especially if you planned ahead and planted fresh crops for fall. 1,027 more words

Featured

French Poodle

This afternoon I gave Dylan a bath and dried him off with a blow dryer. His behaviour whilst being groomed is significantly improving. This is down to regular grooming session at the puppy parlour. 111 more words

Dog

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF CASSAVA FLASH DRYING IN A VERTICAL UPWARD PNEUMATIC CONVEYING DRYER

Author: Otuu Obinna Otuu
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Affiliation: Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka

One-dimensional steady-state non-equilibrium two-phase model has been developed to simulate the convective drying of cassava cultivar, TMe 419 in a vertical upward pneumatic conveying dryer. 343 more words

Nnamdi Azikiwe University

Mushroom season has come again

Hunting mushrooms is big here. It is called the quiet hunt.  People wait and wait for the mushrooms to appear.  While certainly not everyone loves to hunt them, a big percentage of people do. 283 more words

Vladimir

Wet Towels & Rattlesnakes

We’ve been enjoying a fun-filled summer here at the cottage: swimming, fishing, going for walks, and hanging out with neighbours and friends. Aside from the bird feeder project in the spring (that has since been removed!), and a bug shelter in the early summer, we’ve basically just been enjoying the place. 596 more words

Animals

ONION HARVEST

After days with rain and generally humid weather, it is truly about time to harvest onions. If they stay for a longer time in the ground, they would begin to turn bad. 146 more words

Gardening