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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Identify the Docile Honeybee from its More Aggressive Counterparts

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Goats may not be as popular as beef or pork, but it is a big contributor to the agriculture production in the US. This shows the different types of production in different breeds of goats. | Posted By: SurvivalofthePrepped.com

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This website allows me to learn about the different types of soil and learn more than just the names. I think the student's need to know the differences but first I need to ensure I know them and can answer questions about them, and I think this website will help.

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Mason Jar Soil Test | Determining what type of soil you have in your garden can be done with a glass jar with a lid, some water, and a sample of your soil. When soil particles separate you can see a mixture of the main soil types: sand, silt and clay. A well balanced soil (also called Loam) will have an almost even balance between the three particles. If your soil has more clay or more sand you can help your plants by learning the best watering and treatment methods for your particular…

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Identify the Docile Honeybee from its More Aggressive Counterparts

Types of They’re yellow and black and buzz around during warm summer days. Knowing the difference between a and its more aggressive cousins is important. Some will only sting when agitated and other types are more likely to chase you around.

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Sifting Through the Soil: A Simple Do-At-Home Science Experiment to Test Your Soil  http://www.fix.com/blog/sifting-through-the-soil/
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Sifting Through the Soil

Sifting Through the Soil: A Simple Do-At-Home Science Experiment to Test Your Soil http://www.fix.com/blog/sifting-through-the-soil/

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The Benefits of Gardening with Mulch

Mulching keeps your soil cool and moist, and can have a direct influence on yield. Have you paid attention to your mulching decisions? #gardenchat #gardentrends #ediblegarden

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Get to Know All the Jaw-Dropping Tomato Types That Exist

Tomatoes come in all different shapes, colors, sizes, and flavors. Get to know each member of the delicious family with this guide. via @youngaustinian

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