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Brisa

The most prized mushroom Mushrooms, for some people, are a real passion: not only do they love to eat them at the table, prepared in every way, but they often spend whole days looking for them in the woods and in the vegetative spots, where it is easier to find them. But even those who do not have a particular preference for mushrooms will have heard of a particular specific variety, which is that of the mushroom called porcino.
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Oregano essential oil

Oregano essential oil Oregano essential oil is extracted by a steam distillation process from the wild oregano plant (Origanum Vulgaris) and in particular from its dried or fresh flowering parts. During this practice, the vapor must be hot enough to cause the plant material to release essential oils, but not hot enough to burn the plant.
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Gardening

Araucaria malata

Question: Araucaria disease I need help to save my 20 year old araucaria who got sick dramatically. Thank you. Guido Araucaria malata: Answer: araucaria disease Dear Guido, the araucarias are trees native to South America, Australia and New Zealand, where most of the species live on the highlands; these are particular trees, very similar to conifers.
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Fruit and vegetables

Brown spotted pear tree

Stemphylium vesicarium The Stemphylium vesicarium is a parasitic fungus that affects plants and causes brown spots on the pear tree. It is an insidious mushroom that is capable of ruining entire crops. The fungus is capable of causing lesions on the epidermis of the pears since during its vegetative activity it processes toxic substances for the plant.
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Gardening

Washout

Question: Washout Good morning. I have a part of the garden, about 50 MC, therefore small but close to the house, very steep and under some trees. I have tried in various ways but to no avail to insert it. Since every rain creates an annoying run-off of the ground, I wanted to definitively solve the thing.
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Garden

Distance hedges from the border

The different types of border hedges The hedges, used as walls or fences, can be divided into live and dead hedges. In botany and jurisprudence, dead hedges are defined as those built with intertwined and tied dry branches or with metal nets, palisades or stone slabs.
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