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European agricultural policy of the last 20 years
European agricultural policy of the last 20 years

La politica agricola europea degli ultimi 20 anniIn cosa cambia rispettoal passato la nuova Pac?La Politica Agricola Comune europea ha riscoperto, dagli anni ’90 in poi il valoredella diversità intesa come complesso omogeneo di valori ed è gradualmente allaricerca di un nuovo status capace di realizzare processi produttivi multifunzionaliossia di coniugare in modo sinergico la produttività agricola alle altre attivitàintegrative e complementari ad essa quali l’agriturismo, il ristoro, l’alloggio,la fattoria didattica, la vendita diretta in azienda, le attività ricreativo-sportive,artigianali, culturali, sociali, che contribuiscano a dare un utile economico all’attivitàprincipale intesa come prettamente agricola e che si integrino insieme in un unicocontesto ambientale sostenibile nonché di rafforzare la competitività in un nuovoscenario di marketing internazionale.

Do potatoes need to be grown?
Do potatoes need to be grown?

Photo: Laurence Mouton Do you have to put potatoes on the germination? We have never done that, but now we saw an instruction in the store that you should do it? Answer: No, you do not have to do that at all. What you gain from germination is that you can start earlier in the season and thus get an earlier harvest. The principle means that you germinate them above ground, and that they then get in touch with light and heat faster than if you had to wait. that the earth should settle and get warm enough.

Landslide
Landslide

Domanda : SmottamentoSalve :) Ho una casa arroccata su di un promontorio e ho notato che negli ultimi anni i terreni (ripidi e senza copertura boschiva) che si affacciano sulle vallate a fianco stanno franando. Piccole frane, nulla di eccezionale, ma costanti.Quali alberi, o altro, potrei piantare attorno alla e nella mia proprietà per aiutare il terreno a non scendere a valle?

Cristina Boccadoro - Artist - Her CV
Cristina Boccadoro - Artist - Her CV

Cristina Boccadoro, curriculum Place and date of birth: Rome 11 October 1971. LAST EXHIBITIONS 15-30 September 2001 UNIVERSITY & 39; DI ROMA & 34; LA SAPIENZA & 34; Department of Plant Biology BOTANICAL GARDEN Rome 3rd Edition of the collective painting exhibition & 34; La Passiflora: passion and knowledge & 34; 3-24 February 2007 “I Granai” Shopping Center Rome Staff: "Subjects of Worship "Digital collages15 December 2007 - 6 January 2008" I Granai "Shopping Center Rome Personal:" Favole di Carta "Digital collages 15 - 22 February 2008 I Municipio - Rome Courtyard of Palazzo" Medici Clarelli "Personal:" Residues of ... Paper Fables " Assemblies, installations and digital collages June 15, 2008 Casa del Parco of the Valle dei Casali Nature Reserve, Rome Staff: & 34; Incrustazioni & 34; Assemblies, installations and digital collages EDUCATION 1984–1990 Istituto “A.

Bolivia, travel story: tips, cost, places to see
Bolivia, travel story: tips, cost, places to see

BOLIVIA Tibet of the Americas Santa Ana de Velasco (José Miguel de Velasco province, Santa Cruz department) Santa Ana de Velasco (José Miguel de Velasco province, Santa Cruz department) Santa Ana de Velasco (José Miguel de Velasco province, Santa Cruz department ) Santa Ana de Velasco (province of José Miguel de Velasco, department of Santa Cruz) San Miguel (province of José Miguel de Velasco, department of Santa Cruz) San Miguel (province of José Miguel de Velasco, department of Santa Cruz) San Miguel (province of José Miguel de Velasco, Santa Cruz department) San Miguel (José Miguel de Velasco province, Santa Cruz department) San Rafael de Velasco (José Miguel de Velasco province, Santa Cruz department) San Rafael de Velasco (José Miguel de Velasco province , department of Santa Cruz) San Rafael de Velasco (province of José Miguel de Velasco, department of Santa Cruz) San Rafael de Velasco (province of José Miguel de Velasco, department of Santa Cruz) Giovanni Camici and Anto nietta Peroni Note This article was posted by one of our readers.

Phocoena sinus - Gulf of California porpoise or Vaquita
Phocoena sinus - Gulf of California porpoise or Vaquita

FOCENA DEL GULFO DI CALIFORNIA or VAQUITA (Phocoena sinus) Note 2 SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION Wood: AnimaliaPhylum: ChordataSubphylum: VertebrataClass: MammaliaOrder: CetaceaSuborder: OdontocetiFamily: PhocoenidaeGenus: PhocoenaSpecies: Common name: Phocoenal 1.5 m Weight: 30 - 55 kg (females are larger than males) Lifespan: 21 years Sexual maturity: 3 - 6 years HABITAT AND GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION Phocoena sinus, also known as the Gulf of California porpoise or vaquita has a territorial distribution very limited in fact it is found only in the northern part of the Gulf of California, in Mexico, in shallow waters (within 40 m), near the shore.

Crossandra - How to care for and cultivate your Crossandra
Crossandra - How to care for and cultivate your Crossandra

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS CROSSANDRAC. infundibuliformisThe Crossandra is a nice plant native to the semitropical forests of America, Asia and Africa. species »GENERAL FEATURESThe genus Crossandra belongs to the Acanthaceae family and includes plants native to the semitropical forests of America, Asia and Africa.

The pros' growing tips for roses
The pros' growing tips for roses

Do as the pros do! With the right care, your roses thrive better. We asked some rose experts about how they do to succeed with their own roses. Lars-Åke Gustavsson: "Plant in the right way" Lars-Åke Gustavsson. - A rose that is planted correctly becomes healthier and more resistant to disease. Plant in the best possible rose soil: nutritious and with a high soil content, improved with organic material such as manure and compost soil.

Ivy: language of flowers and plants
Ivy: language of flowers and plants

LANGUAGE AND MEANING OF FLOWERS AND PLANTSEDERAHedera helix (Araliaceae family) In ancient times, ivy was one of the symbols of Dionysus.One of the many legends tells that ivy appeared immediately after the birth of the god to protect him from the fire that burned the mother's body following a bolt of lightning from Zeus.

Collecting Okra Seeds – How To Save Okra Seeds For Planting Later
Collecting Okra Seeds – How To Save Okra Seeds For Planting Later

By: Teo SpenglerOkra is a warm season vegetable that produces long, thin edible pods, nicknamed ladies’ fingers. If you grow okra in your garden, collecting okra seeds is a cheap and easy way to get seeds for next year’s garden. Read on to find out how to save okra seeds.Saving Okra SeedsGrow okra plants in full sun in well-drained soil.

Plum Tree Fruit Spray: When To Spray Plum Trees For Insects
Plum Tree Fruit Spray: When To Spray Plum Trees For Insects

Plum trees, like other fruiting trees, benefit from a regular maintenance program of pruning, fertilizing and preventive spraying to foster the healthiest most bountiful crops. Plum trees are susceptible to several diseases and pests that not only damage the tree and fruit, but act as vectors for diseases, so spraying plum trees on a regular schedule is paramount to their health.

Pineapple: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits
Pineapple: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

ANANASAnanasspp. (family Bromeliaceae) CHARACTERISTICS AND PROPERTIES Who has never heard of the beneficial properties of pineapple? Exotic, tropical fruit, originally from Central America brought to the attention of Europeans to the rest of the world by Christopher Columbus. fibers and enzymes of which bromelain is the most important.

How to properly prune an apple tree in spring
How to properly prune an apple tree in spring

For full development, growth and obtaining a high yield, it is necessary to periodically prune fruit trees in the garden area. This applies primarily to apple trees, which need to be pruned in early spring. The purpose of pruning all fruit trees is to form a neat and slender crown, the top of which will be short twigs and the bottom long twigs.

Indirect Light Houseplants: Choosing Plants For North-Facing Windows
Indirect Light Houseplants: Choosing Plants For North-Facing Windows

By: Raffaele Di Lallo, Author and founder of Ohio Tropics houseplant care blogWhen growinghouseplants in your home, one of the most important aspects to ensure theywill thrive is placing them in the correct light. If you are looking for somegreat indirect light houseplants, there are plenty that you can grow.

Can I Transplant A Clematis – How And When To Move Clematis Vines
Can I Transplant A Clematis – How And When To Move Clematis Vines

That perfect spot we select for our plants doesn’t always work out. Some plants, like hostas, seem to benefit from a brutal uprooting and root disturbance; they’ll spring back quickly and flourish as new plants throughout your flower bed. Clematis, however, does not like to be messed with once it has rooted, even if it is struggling where it is.

Information About Swan River Myrtle
Information About Swan River Myrtle

Home › Ornamental Gardens › Shrubs › Archive for Swan River MyrtleGet Started What Is Swan River Myrtle – Learn About Swan River Myrtle CultivationBy Liz BaesslerSwan river myrtle is a very attractive and fascinating flowering plant native to Western Australia. It& 39;s a relatively small shrub that works well planted as a hedge or border.

Sesame Seed Propagation: Learn When To Plant Sesame Seeds
Sesame Seed Propagation: Learn When To Plant Sesame Seeds

By: Mary Ellen EllisSesame seeds are tasty and a kitchen staple. They can be toasted to add nuttiness to dishes or made into nutritious oil and a delicious paste called tahini. If you love growing your own food, consider growing sesame from seed for a new and rewarding challenge.About Sesame Seed PropagationThe sesame plant (Sesamum indicum) is grown for its seeds.

Sounds and sounds of the mouse: squeak
Sounds and sounds of the mouse: squeak

SOUNDS EMITTED BY ANIMALS The sounds of the mouse: squeak The mouse, scientific name Mus musculus of the Muridae family, is a small rodent widespread in almost all countries of the world. The sounds it emits are mostly ultrasounds on frequencies ranging from 60 to 100 KHz. They are mainly issued to attract the female for mating.

Pachycereus schottii f. monstrosus
Pachycereus schottii f. monstrosus

Scientific NamePachycereus schottii f. monstrosus (H.E.Gates) P.V.HeathCommon NamesTotem Pole Cactus, Totem Pole, Totem Cactus, Monstrous Whisker CactusSynonymsLophocereus schottii f. monstrosus Scientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: CactoideaeTribe: PachycereeaeGenus: PachycereusDescriptionPachycereus schottii f.

Red Leaves On Roses: What To Do For Red Leaves On A Rose Bush
Red Leaves On Roses: What To Do For Red Leaves On A Rose Bush

By: Stan V. Griep, American Rose Society Consulting Master Rosarian, Rocky Mountain DistrictBy Stan V. GriepAmerican Rose Society Consulting Master Rosarian – Rocky Mountain DistrictAre your rose leaves turning red? Red leaves on a rose bush can be normal to the growth pattern of the bush; however, this can also be a warning sign of big problems.