A recycling awareness video has garnered almost 900,000 views on YouTube in just ten days. The clip, less than two minutes long, is part of the awareness campaign launched on the Internet by the Israeli recycling firm Tamir, in which you can see how some boys and girls basket their containers in the containers from very long distances, in a synchronized way or with impossible carambola.
How to fight germs and bacteria at home: tips and useful tools to eliminate germs, bacteria, mites and other microorganisms from the home. The most effective strategies with minimal effort. Germs and bacteria can be suspended in the air we breathe at home just as, undoubtedly, thousands of mites lurk on our sofa or mattress in the bedroom.
Chinese Chongqing Dog, internationally it is similarly called Chinese Chongqing Dog, but few people call it since this is one of the rarest and least known dogs in the world. We will therefore be able to boast not to say that we possess it, but also to know that it exists and that it has a face. Full of folds and cute ... we'll see!
The Stone Age inhabitants of southern Africa used at least 200,000 years ago a mixture of herbs and ash in their beds for comfort and to repel pests. These beds served as a resting area and as a space for daily work, thanks to the presence of ashes and herbs, they allowed to repel insects.
Daikon, sounds like a superhero name and instead is a vegetable of Asian origin also known as winter radish, Chinese or Japanese radish. It is grown above all in Asia and has been doing it for some time in those parts, it has been an ingredient of traditional Japanese cuisine for years as a sort of white carrot is seen that it has the same shape, while the dimensions are much greater.
Permaculture, a word that is entering the common vocabulary, but there is still a lot of confusion as to what is meant by this term. It can be confused with a synergistic garden, for example, and it is good to delve into the two practices. Bill Mollison and David Holmgren have baptized a certain type of action, "permaculture": in the 1970s it was in fact beginning to emerge 'idea of creating integrated and evolutionary systems of plant and animal species that are perennial or self-perpetuating, and also useful to man.