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Monday, March 9, 2020

Condition your soil so your plants can grow and become beautiful

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Friday, March 2, 2012

CowDooDoo Central Wants To List, Place and Advertise Your Composted Cow and Chicken Manure For Sale

Many of our consumers are looking to purchase composted chicken and cow manure for sale. They are writing to us from all the country and the world. If you have been raising chickens or have been the owner of a dairy farm, we want you to know that Cowdoodoo Central wants to advertise your products for sale.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Pollen and Allergies: Trees, Weeds and Grasses

Lots of Pollen to Give us Allergies: The Trees, Weeds, and Grasses That Hurt our Nose and Eyes Every Spring and Fall

If you live in some parts of the country, there is no way you can avoid coming in contact with the following allergy triggers and irritants. How many times do we go about our ways without even thinking that we are crossing paths with some particles that may cause us to be sick? If you live close to a maple, mulberry, oak and olive tree, then you must know that you have a higher chance of coming down with allergies. The same goes for those who live close to a farm, open fields where wild tumbleweed, poverty weed and pigweed can be found. Just know that you may come down with bad cases of allergies. As much as possible, try to stay away from such grasses as alfalfa, bermuda, fescue, kentuchy blue, and rye.

According to well-known statistics, every year more than 50 million Americans suffer from all types of allergies and more than 40 million Americans suffer from hay fever and other seasonal allergies. It has also been shown that allergy is the fifth leading chronic disease in the U.S among all ages. Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America show that allergy is the third most common chronic disease among children younger than 18 years old. The annual cost of allergies is nearly $7 billion. Any local allergists will tell you that allergies are responsible for more than 17 million outpatient office visits in the Spring and Fall. Anywhere in the U.S., you will find out that allergies account for more than half of all visits.

Way before I found out that I was an allergy sufferer, I knew that being outdoors and close to some trees, I would sneeze a lot. From an early age, I have learned to shield away from some natural triggers named above. This year, more than any other year, I am bracing myself for what the allergy season will bring to me. This year, we have received more rainfall than usual. What the grasses and weeds are able to do is to absorb all this water. That means that pollen production will increase for sure. One may wonder whether allergy sufferers will really have a break this year. The times between the end of July and the beginning of Fall are relatively short. The hot sun of the San Joaquin Valley will destroy some pollen during the Summer months but the fall allergy season will keep many allergists very busy. Airborne substances or pollen have been wreaking havoc on many Americans who suffer from hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis. Hay fever is a common condition that is characterized by such symptoms and signs similar to a cold. The signs are sneezing, congestion, runny nose and sinus pressures. There are a few ways to stop allergic response. It is strongly recommended that people who suffer from hay fever should start taking allergy medications as soon as symptoms begin. You may be wondering how asthma is caused. Well, allergies can trigger asthma symptoms in most people.

Start visiting your neighborhood pharmacy or retail store with a drugstore. Stock on over-the-counter, nonsedating antihistamines that can help you feel better. Keep in mind that some antihistamines can cause drowsiness. If you are working or operating a vehicle, it is better to stay away from them. Whether you use non-drowsy antihistamines, nasal sprays or a simple solution of salt water, or allergy shots, try to keep the side effects low at any rate.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Enjoy the blossom and the bloom

Growing plants and flowers with Chicken Compost or Manure

Healthy Plans, Healthy Roots and Great Fruit

Pruning is over now

Closer look

The essential plant forification

Great blossoms lead to huge profits

Blossom trail

Stimulating the senses