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Instructional video on how to grow Dwarf Baby Tears Join us on FB ! ~ https://www.facebook.com/groups/259927137681824/ Music: Perspectives Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
A clip from the BBC's "Around the World in 80 Gardens" (2008) showing some of the urban food gardening in Havana, Cuba. Presented by Monty Don. http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/tv_and_radio/aroundtheworld_index2.shtml#programme_one 24 june 2009 - sorry guys, i've disabled comments. for a simple vid about people growing food, it's getting way too heated in here!
Many people in America are proponents of the organic food movement, and worried about the potentially harmful effects of pesticides on their health or the environment. In Cuba, farmers have gone organic for a very different reason – they had to. In this final instalment of our series “The Cuban Evoltion” Jeffrey Brown looks at food and farming. View the full transcript: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/cuba-can-teach-america-farming/#transcript
I went to Cuba to check out their legendary food growing and organics. Despite having little fuel and no machinery they are now leaders in organics and horticulture. Ireland has endless resouces to hand yet chooses to leave land unfarmed, when we have the potential to be compeditive food growers...and the rant goes on
This is a 2-month period growing HC in a dry start method. A web cam was suspended from the edge of my ADA Mini-S tank. HC is growing on ADA Amazonia powder type, misted with regular tap water once a week, and the tank was covered with plastic wrap with holes poked in it. Temperatures were kept around a constant 72 degree's Fahrenheit, with a 8 hour photo period on a NanoBox Flare set to about 60% light output which is around 60PAR.
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There are countless submerged, and very ancient cities, dotted across the oceans of our earth, many of these cities all but forgotten, until their rediscoveries within the modern era. When attempting to locate these mysterious places, it is beneficial for one to be aware of past sea levels, this, of course, can make the task of locating these submerged cities an awful lot easier. The main consensus is that world sea levels have largely stayed the same since the arrival of homo sapiens only really dipping or rising by around 120 metres across the Earth. When discussing these finds, you will on all but a few exceptions find yourself within these specific regions. One of the more interesting exceptions to this rule, has to be the underwater city which was discovered just off the coast of Cub...
In Cuba, cab drivers are the one percent Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Cuba’s economy works as a central planning model, where government ministries dole out resources and set everything from prices to inventories to salaries. The fact that a taxi driver can make so much more than a physician is a reflection of the Cuban government’s heavy focus on tourism. For years, the central planning apparatus has valued tourism as a key mechanism for both bringing in revenue as well as propagating the idea that Cuba is thriving. Many pesos are collected by the high prices on everything related to the tourism industry. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get ...
Organic farming isn’t a trend in Cuba, it’s a necessity. Without access to pesticides, every resourceful farmer has become an expert in growing practically everything organic. Wilfredo, owner of El Paraiso Finca (Farm) specializes in growing purely organic vegetables and fruits. You can experience the wonderful Cuban cuisine at the Paraiso where traditional roasted pork along with rice and beans is their specialty. To visit Cuba on your next people to people educational program contact us. For more information about legal travel to Cuba from the USA visit our website at www.cubatravelservices.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cubatravelservices Twitter: https://twitter.com/cubatravelserv Site: http://cubatravelservices.com/ http://www.cubatravelservices.com/blog http://courtn...
People & Power investigates the recent economic changes and the effect of property ownership on Cuba's communist legacy. Half a century ago, when Fidel Castro's revolutionary forces entered the Cuban capital Havana, the new leader pledged to improve the lives of the poor by putting an end to capitalist excess. One of the revolutionary government's key measures was the elimination of the property market as a lucrative business. Housing was declared a human right, private rental was abolished and most Cubans were given free properties to live in. But with a US embargo declared on the revolutionary island and its finances dependent on an inefficient state-driven economy, the government ran out of money and vast parts of Havana fell into decline. In a radical move, Raul Castro opened up ...
"Fourteen years after he made headlines as the subject of a bitter international custody battle, Gonzalez spoke to CNN on Tuesday. It's his first trip abroad since the U.S. government removed him at gunpoint from his relatives' home in Miami and, after a legal battle, sent him back to Cuba to live with his father. Gonzalez, who turned 20 last week, was just 6 years old when he was found clinging to an inner tube after the tiny boat he was traveling in from Cuba sank on the way to the United States. Gonzalez's mother and nine other people in the boat drowned."* The Young Turks hosts Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down, including Cenk's dramatic confrontation with Elian Gonzalez protesters in Miami during the height of the story. *Read more here from Andres Lopez. Cindy Y. Rodrigu...
June 2003 This is the remarkable story of how the people of Havana have pulled themselves back from the brink of disaster. Faced with food shortages and widespread hunger, city dwellers began growing food on rooftops and in front of office buildings. "It was a very spontaneous movement. People started to grow things on every available place", states on resident. Now, there are thousands of urban farms and more than a million tons of food is produced within the city.
Join me while I explore a tobacco farm in Vinales, Cuba. For more about my experience, check out my blog post: http://wanderlustmegan.com/vinales-cuba-cigars/ Follow along on more of my adventures by following the links below: Facebook - WanderlustMegan: http://www.facebook.com/wanderlustmegan Twitter - http://twitter.com/WanderlustMegan Instagram - http://instagram.com/WanderlustMegan Travel Blog - http://www.wanderlustmegan.com
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I have published the growing information of bananas in the Blog. http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/funfun_green