Aquaponics Systems, Part 1: The Anatomy of a System
First part in my aquaponics systems course. You’ll learn about the anatomy of a system and that it’s comprised of 2 sub-systems.Understanding the Biological Classification of Plants
The first classification of living things was developed by Aristotle over 2,300 years ago. In his classification there were only two groups, animals and plants. He divided the animals into three subgroups, those that could fly, walk and swim.5 Tips for Lawn Care Practices This Autumn
Autumn is here. This means the chilly fall air, freshly baked apple pies, Halloween decorations, shorter days and autumn leaves falling on your lawn. It can certainly be agreed upon that when the leaves fall from the trees, it provides a beautiful scene, but does it hurt lawn care maintenance?Contractor Concerns: Choosing the Right Artificial Turf
Increasingly there are more uses for artificial grass than ever before. With new innovative designs and lifelike appearance artificial grass can be found almost anywhere. Front yards, backyards, roadway medians, and rooftops are all examples of potential uses for artificial grass with more every day.Issues in Garden Design – Designing Gardens With Limited Space and for Health and Play
In this article I want to discuss some of the issues facing garden designers in the 21st century including the impact of population growth and the pressures of space with the inevitable outcome that gardens are getting, and will continue to get smaller. I will consider what recession means for a ‘luxury’ profession and how garden designers can contribute to the health and well being of society, and provide opportunities for education and play.