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Garden Care : How to attract birds to my garden
Posted by webmaster on 2008/2/29 13:25:45 (336 reads)
Garden Care

We was thinking about the tips to attract birds just choosing the right variety of plants, and was when we found this terrific article at laspilitas.com it illustrate which variety of plant attracts each specific bird,http://www.laspilitas.com/bird.htm

House Maintenance : Tips To Help You Choose Paint Colors for Your House
Posted by webmaster on 2008/2/20 19:22:05 (1473 reads)
House Maintenance

Richmond Bisque? Deep Russet? Hickory? The names are enough to make your head spin. Choosing a paint color becomes even more baffling when you consider that most homes use at least three different shades: one color for the siding, and two or more colors for trim and accents such as doors, railings, and window sashes.

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Horse Care : Tips about how to feed a horse?
Posted by webmaster on 2008/2/20 19:20:36 (309 reads)
Horse Care

Feed little and often – The horse’s stomach is small compared to its body size and cannot hold a lot of food.
Feed plenty of Forage – Grazing, haylage, hay or oat straw so the horse has something in its stomach all day. This helps keep the peristaltic movement and digestive juices going, and avoid behavioural and health problems.
Don't feed a heavy meal before or after work- leave at least 30 minutes either side of work, with a full stomach. Hay does not have to be removed.

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Garden Care : How take care of roses
Posted by webmaster on 2008/2/20 19:18:35 (262 reads)
Garden Care

Plant breeders have given us roses that grow well under difficult conditions and bloom almost continuously from early summer to frost. Proper plant nutrition is easy and simple to provide with the use complete plant food that supplies all the vital elements needed from the soil. Insect and disease problems can be prevented easily with regular use of insecticide-fungicide that controls most chewing insects, sucking insects, and fungus diseases. With these aids, you can grow roses successfully.

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