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Someone burned beehives in Texas and killed more than half a million bees

Police want to know who burned dozens of beehives in a town just south of Houston. One of the beekeepers said the losses are truly staggering. “We’re looking at 500,000 to 600,000 (bees) that have been destroyed out of that environment,” Steve Brackmann, who sells beekeeping supplies and queen bees, told CNN affiliate KTRK. “It’s bad enough to think in today’s world this would happen but dumping them over and then setting fire to them is beyond comprehension,” the association...
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Plants for the New Gardening Season

1/9/15-This episode features plants for the new gardening season, including Native and Tropical Euphorbias for the Landscape, a native spring blooming tree, rose alternatives, trial gardens at The Botanic Garden at OSU, the Hardy Ice Plant, and the Passion Vine. source
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Top Tip for Gardening in Small Spaces to Grow More Food

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the garden within a garden concept he uses that enables him to grow more plants in his small city lot. In this episode John will explain this concept he uses to expand his edible vegetable garden so he can maximize the use of all the space he has to grow the most food. During this episode John will visit many of his gardens on his property, and offer ideas and suggestions...
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DIY Composter – Gardening Tips

Hello Homebodies!! This week I'll show you how to make a compost bin out of a rubbermaid container. Composting is something I've been wanting to try for a long time, but have you seen the price of some of those compost systems? Crazy expensive. I came across this idea while perusing Pinterest, and decided to give it a try. I had a spare container in the storage room, so I drilled a pile of holes in it and started composting. And...
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Keith Funk’s front-yard oasis: Denver Garden Bloggers Fling

July 22, 2019 The last private garden on the Denver Garden Bloggers Fling tour (June 2019) belongs to Keith and Retha Funk of Centennial, Colorado. When they bought their house in 2011, they inherited some lovely trees but also a tired landscape of overgrown shrubs and too much lawn. Their house sits right at their neighborhood entrance, on a corner lot in full sight — and hearing — of passing cars. Keith didn’t let any of that stop him....
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The Green Wall – Educational Vertical Garden Bottle System Project

The Green Wall Vertical Garden Bottle System is an educational project designed to promote sustainability awareness. The Green Wall is a hand-on workshop, a great school activity for preschool, middle school and high school kids. It is a great idea for community gatherings and sustainability awareness events. The bottle vertical garden in this video was built using 386 used plastic PET bottles, by children in Ben Gurion Elementary School in Givat Shmuel, Israel. Contact us: info@haganhasolari.co.il +972(0)52-3300212 Visit: www.haganhasolari.co.il www.thesolargarden.org Re-use plastic bottles! Learn how to make a...
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TOP 3 AMAZING GARDEN TOOLS IDEAS

Hi everyone! You can find fun diy projects, crafts, recycle ideas, home decoration, restoration, toys, life hacks, homemade and handmade awesome ideas videos in my channel. Hope you enjoy my channel. Do not forget to click like, comment, share and subscribe. See you in my next video. SUBSCRIBE - https://goo.gl/WGDx4v ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Other video!!! Populer videos ----------------------- https://goo.gl/wso6Xb Super Glue Life Hack ------------- https://youtu.be/kwITVFJdt-c Broken Old Tools Ideas ---------- https://youtu.be/mVy8bTEh7yc Easy And Useful Craft Ideas --- https://youtu.be/-L9Ng4tdTg8 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- #diy #tool #tools #idea #awesome #homemade WARNING! Dear friends! My videos...
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An exuberant, upcycled, scrap-art garden: Denver Garden Bloggers Fling

July 21, 2019 Colorful stucco walls! Upcycled metal garden art! Octopus planters! Agaves (atop caged columns) and alliums and poppies! Amusing vignettes! As soon as we stepped off the bus at Denver Garden Bloggers Fling (June 2019), I knew this garden would be one of my tour favorites. Who could resist such unbridled exuberance? As bloggers streamed into the front garden, I dilly-dallied to admire the walled entry. Y’all know how I adore a painted stucco wall. This low, orange...
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Master Gardening: Daylilies

Daylilies, as the name suggests, have flowers which normally last no longer than a day. Bud Qualk interviews Phyllis Petcoff about the perennial plants. The gardening show where you learn from the masters. Bud Qualk, Purchase Area Master Gardener, has hosted Master Gardening since its inception in 2004. Paducah 2 Television is produced through the facilities and administration of West Kentucky Community and Technical College. source
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10 Hours of Relaxing Music – Calm Piano Music, Sleep Music, Water Sounds, Meditation Music

10 hours of relaxing music that can be used as sleep music, meditation music, study music or background music for other activities. This calm piano music (★143) with added water sounds is composed by me, Peder B. Helland, for Soothing Relaxation. Listen to more ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77ZozI0rw7w&list=PLQ_PIlf6OzqLbSL3cnhVYsp4XZ-B4ieVD&index=2 I regularly get requests for 8+ hours long versions of my music and I am therefore happy to present a 10 hours long version of ★143. This video is perfect if you want to...
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Growing Squash & Zucchini (Cucumber & Melons Too) in Large Containers: Soil Set Up & Planting

Please Visit The Rusted Garden Seed & Garden Shop:: https://www.therustedgarden.com/ You can grow full size Squash, Zucchini, Cucumber and Melon plants in 15-20 gallon containers. Setting up the soil is key. Shredded hardwood for a water reserve, lime & organic fertilizer and organic matter (to hold water) is the best way to set up the container soil for success. Please Help Support My Channel: The Rusted Garden - Thanks! Please Visit The Rusted Garden Seed & Garden Shop: https://www.therustedgarden.com/ Here is...
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Repotting a Snake Plant : Gardening With Flowers & Succulents

Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowgarden Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowgarden When repotting a snake plant, you always want to be careful of a few key things. Find out about repotting a snake plant with help from an experienced professional gardener on a mission to make gardening stylish, fun and simple in this free video clip. Expert: Nell Foster Filmmaker: Nick Brosco Series Description: If you want to have the best possible garden, there are a few key things that you'll always have to consider. Get tips on gardening with help...
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