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Recipes

How to make strawberry jam, the recipe

Today we will see how to make strawberry jam since in this period this fruit abounds on our tables. We find strawberries from April to June; the first we find are the so-called wild strawberries, the most sought after for their flavor. Strawberries should never be missing in our diet; in addition to being good, they have many nutritional and beneficial properties.
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Recycle

Differentiated waste collection in Milan

Separate waste collection in the Municipality of Milan is still far from the 65 required by national legislation, but given the delay with which the Lombard capital has implemented a serious policy on waste (with the separate collection of Forsu starting in wedges since November 2012) perhaps it could not be done more.
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Gardening Guides

Composters, here's which one to choose

What are the most suitable composters for composting? Is it better a heap or the special containers that are on the market? The market is full of composters of all sorts but sometimes even the simplest and cheapest solutions can be useful. Here is a useful guide to choose the best composter, from DIY to market!
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Organic food

Tarragon, property

Tarragon, a medicinal plant whose leaves have a thin and elongated shape, is highly appreciated in French and Tuscan gastronomy. The fresh leaves are spicy with a bitter aftertaste: they emanate an aroma that recalls that of celery combined with that of anise but once they are dry, they lose a good part of it.
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Agriculture

How to prevent apex rot

Tip rot is not a disease as it is not insects, bacteria or fungi that cause it; when we talk about apical rot we refer to a physiopathy, that is a problem determined by a set of factors: preventing apical rot means intervening directly on the causes.
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Gardening Guides

When, how much and how to mow the lawn

A lot and infrequently or a little and often? If the first question is when to mow the lawn, the correct answer is 'little and often'. In fact, the mowed lawns are rarely easier to weaken, to take diseases and to be attacked by weeds; furthermore, the cutting of tall and rooted grass, which more than a cut becomes a mowing, often involves the tearing of the roots and serious damage to the turf.
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