The Sex Lives of Nonvascular Plants: Alternation of Generations – Crash Course Biology #36

Plants! You’re familiar with their work: They turn all that carbon dioxide that we don’t want into the oxygen we do want, they’re all around us, and they’ve been around for a lot longer than animals. The plants that we see today probably evolved from a single species of algae that noodged itself onshore about […]

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How to Install a Automatic Drip Irrigation System in a Raised Bed Garden

This is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens and I have a special announcement for you guys! Until May 25th at midnight, I’m offering some t-shirts for you guys, Growing Your Greens official t-shirts, limited time only. I don’t know if I’ll ever be back again because I’m not in the business of selling t-shirts. I’m here […]

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How can I remove pesticides from fruits and vegetables?

Welcome to PestiBytes from the National Pesticide information Center at Oregon State University. This is Sandra, I’m talking to Andrea about pesticides on fruits and vegetables. Andrea what is the best way to get pesticides off fruits and vegetables? Washing fruits and vegetables under running water is better than just dunking them. A firm fruit […]

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How to Make a simple Organic Insecticide Spray (Aphids, Blackfly, Whitefly etc)

Hi there welcome to HuwsNursery and here is another video in the pests and disease series, and we have like most years a bit of a problem with aphids so I’m going to show you a really easy way just to make a spray – insecticide or something, that you spray onto your plants and […]

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