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Another reason to get your hands dirty

...equired use muscle groups in the entire body. The study was conducted on 14 gardeners aged 63-86 years. Measurements taken by researchers included heart rate, ox...ctivity. The study also sought to determine the average amount of time that gardeners spent at their task per week. Subjects reported, on average, gardening abou...

ACS PressPac -- Dec. 10, 2008

..., strawberries and roses. Their findings could lead to genetically engineered crops or new fungicides to fight this disease, which frustrates backyard gardeners and commercial farmers alike, the researchers say. The study is in the current online issue issue of ACS Chemical Biology , a monthly journal. Dav...

Allergies Can Dig Into Gardening's Fun

... pollen hours can help SUNDAY, April 20 (HealthDay News) -- For gardeners with allergies, it can be difficult to enjoy their passion for plants when ...e, pollen levels are typically lower on rainy, cloudy and windless days. gardeners can also control their allergies by careful selection of plants. Certain fl...

Clues Found On How Deadly Bacterium Gains Foothold

...60 percent of the cases confirmed. An investigation by the CDC into an outbreak of the disease in 2001 on Martha's Vineyard found that landscapers and gardeners who used power blowers and lawn mowers were at increased risk of being infected. Source-Newswise...

Horticultural Therapy Offers Measurable Physical, Mental Benefits

.... ? People recovering from illnesses or hospice patients seeking enhanced quality of life in their last days. ? And accomplished or novice gardeners — and even people who’ve never gardened before. “One of the first horticultural therapy activities I learned was to make a bird feeder from a pi...

Pesticide exposure may cause Parkinson’s diseas

...es who either have suffered from the diseases or were of similar backgrounds and exposed to risk factors like pesticides. Researchers say that amateur gardeners are 9% more likely to develop the diseases than who are not exposed to any pesticides for long time periods. The high risk group are the farmers who m...

Gardeners, Beware of your back!

...e it's own health benefits, researchers now suggest that enthusiastic// new gardeners who start with little or no idea of how to lift properly and do not have ad...n relief and remaining active is the best remedy. Doctors also suggest that gardeners who are starting anew should do 30 to 40 sit-ups every day for nearly two w...
Gardeners in Medical Technology

Keep Mosquitoes and More Out of Your Yard with Garlic From Garlic Research Labs, Inc.

...epels insects, including mosquitoes, ticks, fleas and even black flies. Spraying garlic to keep insects away is not a new practice. Farmers and master gardeners have been doing it for many generations. Mosquito Barrier is a three pronged attack. First, it kills the adult mosquitoes on contact. Second, the...
Gardeners in Biological News

Over the back fence: gardeners get advice from neighbors, friends

ST. PAUL, MN -- Where do gardeners turn when they need information about annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees" Staff at University of Minnesota Extension have published results of a survey that concludes that the majority of backyard gardeners get their planting and plant information informallymo...

When industrious ants go too far

...d this intriguing behavior over a decade ago, they suggested that perhaps the ants destroy flowers to promote the growth of their host plants, much as gardeners prune roses to encourage the growth of their rose bushes," Frederickson says. The larger the plant, the more living space the ants have. To test th...

Georgia goes bananas

...y, undertook the multi-year research project with the objective of finding recommendations for income-producing ornamental banana cultivars for use by gardeners and nurseries in southern Georgia. Many of the cultivars flowered and began producing fruit in late summer during the second year of the study. Of ...

Select roses survive with minimal care

... DALLAS, TXRoses have long been a favorite of gardeners, but they often require a lot of work to thrive. And the emphasis on organics has more home gardeners concerned about the environment and reluctant to use pesticides. W. A. Mackay of Texas A&M University led a study comparing several varieties of ro...

Gardening gives older adults benefits like hand strength and self-esteem

...f the things we found is that older adults who are gardeners have better hand strength and pinch force, which i... Although Shoemaker said that differences between gardeners and non-gardeners showed up in a few health assess...echnology. The study probed the physical impact of gardeners working in their own gardens. The researchers show...

Gardening gives older adults benefits like hand strength and self esteem

...f the things we found is that older adults who are gardeners have better hand strength and pinch force, which i... Although Shoemaker said that differences between gardeners and non-gardeners showed up in a few health assess...echnology. The study probed the physical impact of gardeners working in their own gardens. The researchers show...

Haagen-Dazs gift to support Penn State honeybee research

...education also will be served by the creation of educational programs to be delivered by Penn State Master Gardeners, who will instruct homeowners and gardeners on establishing pollinator friendly plantings. "Loss of habitat and flowering plants is an important factor in the decline of pollinators," said Be...

Root or shoot? EAR calls the shots

...y. We didnt set out to fish for molecules that bind to the EAR domain, but when we used TOPLESS as a bait, thats what we found. Scientists and home gardeners alike have been messing with plants basic architecture for years: Permanently switch on a gene called BODENLOS (or bottomless) and plants forgo root d...

'Smart' flower bulbs pull themselves to deeper ground

...The Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research at Cornell University, when gardeners plant tulips or lilies too shallowly in their gardens, the bulbs will respo...ot into the ground!". The research findings may help commercial and amateur gardeners in their quest for more effective bulb planting and growing techniques. ...

Plants recognize their siblings, biologists discover

...in sea rocket (Cakile edentula), a member of the mustard family native to beaches throughout North America, including the Great Lakes. So should gardeners arrange their plants like they would plan the seating at a dinner party" “Gardeners have known for a long time that some pairs of species get alo...
Gardeners in Biological Technology

Ultrasound Transducer Disinfection in Many Cases Insufficient

... (3) Orsi GB. MRSA: an old and new enemy. Healthcare Infection 2008; 13:73-75. World Headquarters Nanosonics Ltd. Unit 24, 566 gardeners Road Alexandria NSW 2015 Australia http://www.nanosonics.com.au European Headquarters Nanosonics Europe GmbH Falkenried 88, ...

Montana State University lab gives early warnings about biological invaders

...ut one Montana State University unit that serves both ag producers and home gardeners also serves to keep us safe from other biological invaders. The Schutter...y, human health. They also train Extension agents, crop advisors and master gardeners to identify potential disease and insect threats as "first detectors." H...
Gardeners in Biological Dictionary

Seed

... Seed , a Life & Style Game from AddictingGames: Play with plant genetics. Cross flowers, watch them mutate, and save your favorite DNA Lazy gardeners can click Redefining science's place in popular culture and vice versa. seed n. , pl. seeds or seed . A ripened plant ovule containi...

Geotropism

... to phototropism and geotropism . ... In the case of geotropism , which is where the plant will put it's roots down ... Every fall intrepid gardeners ponder their properties and plan for the new year. ... will grow properly thanks to geotropism : plants always grow opposite gravity. ... Geotrop...
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