ew Rosemary Bonsai Here’s my lovely little Rosemary Bonsai tree. It’s around 4 years old now and is happily in its new home! Bonsai herb plants are really great and especially if they have a wooody stem. What kinds of herbs can you use for Bonsai? There is an almost unlimited variety of herbs to use for Bonsai. The choice depends on what you like, and what is available to you. Especially Rosemary and ThymeRead More →

Jund (ProsopIs cineraria) can only be propagated by seed). Its directly be sown through seed or this is raised in nursery in polythene tubes which is sown as under. First of all its seed is soaked and then planted in polythene tubes and after five days it started emerging. When it gains the above mentioned height it is able to transplant at a required place. As shown in the picture, it can be grown inRead More →

Its botanical name is Euclyptus camaldulensis . It is a fast growing specie. It must be grown in water logged soils. It evaporates much of the under ground water. It has many benefits, which i will elaborate one by one as follows: It is a fast growing plant specie which is able to provide early income to farmer. Its propagation is easy and only from seed. Its seed is sown in polythene tubes then thenRead More →

Kikar (Acacia nilotica) plant has the ability to with stand under flooded area . In these areas these tree plantation helps to reduce soil erosion by water (water erosion). This tree specie can survive in water for several days and weeks. This picture shows the situation of Acacia nilotica (kikar) plantation after the flood passed away. As i mentioned this tree can with stand in flood also. If we plant it near river banks, itRead More →

Tamarix aphylla is a good and suitable shelter belt of railway lines, because it is a fast growing and drought tolerant specie, therefore it can be propagated and grown well and easily along railway lines. It is a safety of railway tracks by sand dune shifting, because during summer season these sand dunes shifted on the tracks and due to this any accident can occur which will be a dangerous. These are so important andRead More →

Tamarix aphylla Tamarix aphylla is botanical name of Ghaz, Toolha and khagal (these are its local names). This plant is suitable for shelter belt plantation. It is a fast growing tree specie. Its plantation is easy. It is drought tolerant plant. Tamarix aphylla saves crops and fruit trees from strong winds and wind storm. It reduces the wind erosion which is the main problem of sandy desserts.Its plantation stops shifting of sand dunes, which causesRead More →

Itsbotanical name is Dalbergia sisoo. It provides a dense shade during summer and saves the people from scorching heat..Its plant  life of harvesting is sixty years. At this stage it gives highest profit and strong wood. At this stage its wood is pithy. This wood is not attacked by termites and other insects. Its used in making of house as well as furniture. Its furniture is so beautiful, long life and costly. Its wood isRead More →

Iple Iple is a fodder shrub (when pruned every year) and fodder tree if not heavily pruned. It provides fodder for livestock, fire wood and also used for furniture. Its botanical name is Leucaena leucocephala. Its leaves and pods are high in crude protein. Its fodder is used mostly during lean periods. Its also known as a leguminous tree because it is rich in protein and minerals. It is a nutritive and palatable tree. ItRead More →

8 minutes ago Its botanical name is Albizia lebbek but locally people call it siris or shrinh. It is a multipurpose tree specie and it has many uses. Its every thing is used. There are following uses are most common in our society. Used as a shade in summer It provides dense shade during summer. When summer starts the hot and desiccating winds blown so during that time siris has a dense shade and peopleRead More →

The botanical name of Rose is ***Rosa indica***. Its propagation is through roots and mostly by stumps. It is a so beautiful and has high class asthetic value. Its an integral part of beautiful park, garden and house lawns. Its stumps or roots were planted at the start of spring season (february). Its heavily pruned at the end of summer season because rose is heavily sprouted during spring and bears enormous flowers then looks soRead More →

Spring has finally sprung here in Derbyshire, UK I’ve managed to get out into our lovely cottage garden this afternoon to assess the potential damage caused by ‘The Beast From The East’ which hit us two weeks ago. This adverse #weather forced many parts of the UK to a complete standstill on the Wednesday, and through to the weekend. Schools and businesses had to close and some shops even ran out of supplies for the rest ofRead More →

Jerry Rosman was a pig farmer, he also grew corn to feed his stock.  In 1997, he got involved in producing GMO corn because he was an avid follower of biotech.  In 2000, he took notice of his stock being plagued by false pregnancies.  When the sows went into labor, they gave birth to a sack of water instead of piglets. He researched to find the reason for the false pregnancies and his research ledRead More →