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Agriculture

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  • Catholic land proposal, pot, and Bondi: Letters

    Catholic land proposal If the Catholic Diocese of Orlando truly considers itself "caretakers of God's creation" and its priorities are really "preservation and conservation of natural treasures such as Lake Howell, its wetland system, upland areas, open...
  • Key to securing portfolio is building excellent 'moat'

    One of the central maxims of billionaire investor Warren Buffett is that you want to buy stock in companies that have good moats. We all know what a castle moat does: It keeps out invaders. What Buffett is referring to is an impregnable barrier that...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Chrysalis Center Creates A Food Forest

    Can you imagine eating your way through a forest of healthy food? As part of Chrysalis Center's ongoing commitment to creating innovative approaches to helping people overcome hunger and poverty, the social services agency becomes the first organization...
  • After poinsettia pruning, turn off nighttime light

    After poinsettia pruning, turn off nighttime light
    Question: My poinsettias are making lots of growth and I am pruning them regularly. When is the last time to do the pruning? Answer: Keep up the good pruning until the end of August or the first week in September. Then allow them to grow a bit more...
  • What's next for Tinker Field? City can't decide

    What's next for Tinker Field? City can't decide
    The saga of Tinker Field is going into extra innings. More than seven months after the announcement of a plan to demolish Orlando's aged ballpark, city commissioners spent hours Monday debating whether to declare it an official historic landmark and, if...
  • Take a cutting now of plants you want to 'winter over'

    As the summer winds down, its time to think about what we want to keep and what we are willing to sacrifice to the first hard frost. I know that is a month or so away, but plan now and you will have happy little plants that you can winter over. Remember...
  • LifeStream Behavioral Center opens new Eustis facility for troubled kids

    LifeStream Behavioral Center opens new Eustis facility for troubled kids
    EUSTIS — Alternatives for troubled kids in Lake have recently expanded as LifeStream Behavioral Center relocated Lake Academy-Eustis in new — and permanent — digs. LifeStream recently opened the new campus at 1217 Huffstetler Drive....
  • The shy one, the go-getter — all veterans find they can work with horses

    The shy one, the go-getter — all veterans find they can work with horses
    OCKLAWAHA — One student is a real go-getter, another a timid man. There's a shy one, a nervous type, a tough guy with a teddy-bear heart and one who lacks confidence. These military veterans have come together as a unit to learn a new trade, how...
  • Foley And McKinney Face Off In Bracing Exchange On Taxes And Jobs

    Foley And McKinney Face Off In Bracing Exchange On Taxes And Jobs
    LEBANON — As in the best of horse races, the Republican candidates for governor raced to the wire Sunday as they greeted as many voters as possible in the final hours before Tuesday's primary. Both Greenwich business executive Tom Foley and Senate...
  • Chilean Miner Film 'The 33′ First to Receive Colombian Tax Incentive Benefit

    Proimágenes Colombia announced Tuesday that "The 33," a feature film based on the 2010 rescue of 33 Chilean miners, is the first film to receive the Colombian Film Commission's cash rebate for film production. The production, which wrapped filming in...
  • Demand may determine if pipeline gets green light

    Demand may determine if pipeline gets green light
    On March 28 there was a knock on the door of Malinda Clatterbuck's rural Lancaster County home. Standing on her front stoop was a pipeline company contractor who calmly told her he needed to walk her wooded 8-acre property to survey it for what she...