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  1. That Bug Up In The AirRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Outlook

    Arti Kishen wanted her destination wedding at the Udaipur Lake Palace to be exquisite. It wasn't to be for just a day, it had to live on in the memories of everyone forever.


  2. Monsanto awards grant to continue raising agriculture awareness in Lenoir CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    36 min ago | Kinston Free Press

    At Monday's Lenoir County commission meeting, two local farmers were recognized by Monsanto for their achievements in sustainable agriculture. Monsanto's Southern Land Legacy grant program is currently available in 17 counties in North Carolina.


  3. Pest increase causes problems for Salinas Valley growersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KSBW-TV

    Pests love the warm and dry weather and they're multiplying quickly in the Salinas Valley, so quickly that farmers are having a hard time keeping up. Longtime Central Coast grower Joe Pezzini said pests are cutting into his business, and heat and drought have increased the threat from pests.


  4. Well-known La Vista Businessman Dies From Reaction After Wasp StingsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WOWT-TV Omaha

    A few minutes was all it took for an insect sting to become fatal. La Vista businessman, Rich Bellino, died this past week after being stung by a bee-- and it's not as uncommon as we'd think.


  5. Soil is a non-renewable resource Soil Is a Non-renewable ResourceSoil ...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Delaware Gazette

    As conservationists, we are focused on doing the right things today so that we may have a vibrant tomorrow.


  6. Summer Days Enrichment Second Grade at The Wilderness CenterRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | WMAN-AM Mansfield

    Adaptations All Around: Help your child examine the ecological concepts of predator and prey and adaptations. Explore the pond with dip nets, pretend to be a spider, and catch insects.


  7. Schedule I drug in the US, Class A drug in the UK, stupefiant in FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | MetaFilter

    There isn't much magic left in the world today, which might explain the widening appeal of ayahuasca-the plant has made Joe Rogan's "Scholar List" and apparently changed Sting's life and saved Lindsay Lohan. But not everyone can come to the Amazon.


  8. In the garden in AugustRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Marina Times

    In August, your summer garden should be in full swing. Now is the time to enjoy the hard work you've put into your garden over the last several months and also to start planning and planting for your fall garden, keeping in mind that we are in a drought year.


  9. Fungi in the gardenRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The Daily Freeman-Journal

    August is the time of year for fun in the garden, and also the time when fungi may make an appearance on your garden plants as well. You may notice powdery mildew, a fungal disease, appearing as a white, dust-like powder on your roses, phlox, or lilacs this month.


  10. Insect robots: Itsy-bitsy robotic pests walk and jump on waterRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Insect robots will be used in search and rescue and to monitor the environment one day. The latest version can now walk and jump on water.


  11. More buzz in fight against dengueRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Star Online

    More than half a million specially bred male mosquitoes are being released on an island in southern China every week to fight dengue fever. Scientists have managed to reduce the number of mosquitoes in some areas of the island by more than 90%, Guangzhou-based Southern Metropolis Daily reported.


  12. Insect invasion for DiscoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Bendigo Advertiser

    A passionate campaign to keep Bendigo's Discovery Centre alive has seen the community well and truly beat their $30,000 fundraising target. The extra money will go to building a dedicated Minibeast Zone.


  13. Ask a Gardener: Ita s time to plant coles for winter harvestRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald

    I've had a good season of vegetable growing this summer but want to have some crops over the fall and winter as well. How can I do that? You've asked just in time.


  14. How wasp stings can trigger heart attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Many people dread being stung by a wasp, but the consequences could be more serious for older people than just the pain - with stings potentially triggering heart attacks in those with underlying heart conditions. Around three in 100 healthy adults are known to have an allergy to insect stings or bites.


  15. My town calls my lawn a 'nuisance' - but I still refuse to mow itRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Manawatu Evening Standard

    A mutilated garter snake, a sliced frog and countless slashed grasshoppers. That was the scene of carnage in my yard in September, after local officials ordered me to mow my overgrown lawn or be fined US$1000.


  16. Malcolm Campbell's gardening tipsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    THE Radermachera sinicia or 'China Doll' is a popular indoor plant that soon outgrows its pot unfortunately. They can easily be cut down to grow again and re-potted every two years back into the same pot or planted out in the garden in a sheltered spot.


  17. Only One Animal Can Subsist Solely on Coffee BeansRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Neatorama

    But I can offer this little bug close competition. Only my appreciation for half-and-half prevents me from claiming the title as well.


  18. Clarksville's Dunbar Cave State Park Programs for August 6th through August 9th, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Clarksville Online

    Dunbar Cave State Natural Area has been a State Park since 1973. The cave and its surrounding 110 acres have considerable scenic, natural and historical significance.


  19. Heavy Loads Of Pollen May Shift Flight Plans Of The BumblebeeRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WNYC-AM New York

    Ready, set, fly! The ball bearings glued to this bumblebee's legs simulate the weight and placement of pollen loads. The tag on the insect's back is a lightweight sensor, designed to track its movements in flight.


  20. Dangerous part of tick season is over, but risk isn't overRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The riskiest part of the season is over for Lyme disease carrying ticks, but it doesn't mean people should stop worrying about getting Lyme or other tick-borne diseases from the pesky, blood-seeking critters. Lyme disease can cause flu-like symptoms and if left untreated can spread to the joints, heart and nervous system.