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Glyphosate Found in Popular Foods and Products [Infographic]

Glyphosate Found in Popular Foods and Products [Infographic]

Your breakfast is not complete without a delicious and healthy bowl of cereals. For the children, it’s a source of fibre, energy, and protein. Sadly, most of these popular food products have tested positive for glyphosate.

This is according to EWG who tested more than a dozen brands of oat-based foods to give the people information about dietary exposures that government regulators are keeping secret.

If you’re looking for information about the specific brands that tested positive, then you’ll love this infographic.

It’s a simple list that highlights all the products and product types:

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8 Tips For Sweet and Juicy Fruits In 2018

8 Tips For Sweet and Juicy Fruits In 2018

We all would like to consume organic fruits. As a gardener, you should know that how you grow your fruits has an effect on how sweet they are.

Moreover, it will also have an effect on their nutrient value.

If you want to know the truth behind this, you should compare fruits grown in a home garden with those grown in a commercial farm.

Here are some tips that will help you to get the sweetest and juiciest fruit from your garden:

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Hibiscus Plant Care: 5 Actionable Tips (Check out tip #5)

Hibiscus plant care

Hibiscus is one of those must have plants in your garden. This is especially true if you’re looking to improve the curb appeal of your home. When you know how to grow and care for it, you’ll reap the benefits of enjoying the beautiful flowers and a tropical look. Thankfully, hibiscus plant care is easy.

Furthermore, it’s even better when you’re armed with proven and actionable tips that you can always use.

In this article I’m going to reveal some actionable tricks, and a secret plant formulation that can decrease vegetative growth time by up to 50% and increase the amount of flowers by up to 20%.

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Container Gardening: How to Improve Drainage in Potted Plants

How to Improve Drainage in Potted Plants Featured

Drainage in potted plants is uber important.

In fact, it’s the most important aspect of container gardening. Ignore it at your own risk.

I’ll explain:

Studies show that plants need air, water, warmth and light to have a chance of making it in their boring container life.

In addition, two of these elements are very critical for plant root development.  

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