3 Non-Chemical Ways To Get Rid Of Weeds

Posted on: 30 January 2015

Many chemicals, like glyphosate, found in commercial weed killers have been linked to serious health problems like Parkinson's disease and cancer. The threat of chemical-related illnesses has caused many home gardeners to turn to more natural weed control methods. If you are looking for ways to get rid of your weeds without relying on chemical substances, try utilizing one of these three non-chemical methods. 1. Flame Weeding  If you aren't shy about being around an open flame, then flame weeding could be an effective way for you to control your weeds without relying on toxic chemicals.
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No More Animal House: Hire Professionals To Clean Your Apartment

Posted on: 27 January 2015

Your college apartment might be the place of dreams, or at least fraternity or sorority dreams. Be honest: it could use a bit of cleaning, couldn't it? No matter how messy you and your roommates can be, it's not always easy to clean up after yourself. For this reason, most off-campus college students can benefit from some professional house cleaning. Think it's not for you? Think about this: Do you have the time to clean your apartment?
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Four DIY Living Room Updates

Posted on: 22 January 2015

If your living room is in need for a face lift, there are some inexpensive updates that you can do to make your living room items look as good as new. Updating living room furniture and areas with paint, covers and rugs can make your living room look brand new without new furniture. Here are four DIY living room updates that are easy to do. 1. Update Your Couch Cover
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Oriole Attraction: How To Lure Colorful Baltimore Orioles Into Your Yard This Spring

Posted on: 15 January 2015

Baltimore Orioles are one of the most attractive species of birds. Their bright orange and black plumage makes them a favorite among birders. If you live in the eastern half of the United States, you may occasionally see the bright orange birds near open spaces such as parks, roads, or gardens. By learning a few things about their behavior, you will have a better chance of attracting them to your yard.
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