Gardening, Agriculture, Biology
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Bradenham Hall Gardens and Arboretum
In Norfolk, UK, a private garden open to the public on selected days, featuring over 1000 named varieties of trees.. Information about the garden, its collections, and plants and other items for sale.
Invites members of the public to help by collecting and recording important climate change data on the timing of leafing and flowering in their area.
Health Enhancement Products, Inc. Receives Notice of Allowance From US Patent Office for Treatment of Disease Using ...
Michigan-based natural products developer Health Enhancement Products was advised by the US Patent Office that a US patent will be issued for Application No. 12/067,735 regarding "Composition and ...
Sealand Natural Resources Inc. (SLNR) Announces Company Milestones
Sealand Natural Resources Inc. , a new product development company that manufactures, markets and sells functional beverages , today announced recent comp
What do ‘natural’ and ‘clean label’ mean anyway?
Market researchers tell us that consumers are seeking ‘natural’ products more than ever – and ingredient suppliers have responded by providing ways to ‘clean up’ product labels – but what do these terms really mean?