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Seeds or cuttings

Seeds or cuttings

Question: I have cuttings seeds Good morning I have a friend of mine, who has a lot of land, but doesn't have much money to buy the plants, and I advised her to plant the seeds or make some cuttings. Could you advise me how to do fruit plants and which plants? including lemons and oranges? And also for the olive trees, do I have oil for the table?

Breeds of dogs: Levesque

Breeds of dogs: Levesque

Origin, classification and historical background Origin: France F.C.I classification: UNRECOGNIZED BREED Many local hunting enthusiasts sometimes enjoyed creating new breeds, having as base the "Saintongeois Hounds". In this way it was possible to obtain a new type of Hound. It was the product of crossbreeds between English dogs, "Saintongeois" and "Guascon", at the Count Chabod's wetsuit du Parc Soubise.

Horsetail - Equisetum arvense

Horsetail - Equisetum arvense

Name: Equisetum arvense L. Harvest: In the warmer months. Properties: Diuretic, remineralizing, astringent, healing. Family: Equisetaceae. Common names: Codicchio, saurin grass spiela, bisti, goat's tail, rugna grass, fox tail, pinet , coa de gattu.Habitat: Up to the first mountain slopes in humid places in northern Italy Parts used: The stems.

Cantharellus lutescens

Cantharellus lutescens

Chanterelle Among the various fungal genera that are listed in botanical science, there is one that is called Cantharellus. Cantharellus mushrooms belong to the Cantharellaceae family, and take their name from the Greek kantharos, which indicated the cup from which wine is drunk. The cantarello is therefore nothing more than a small cup; and indeed all the fungi of the genus are funnel-shaped, hollow in the center, and usually even small in size.

Wildlife in Italy: Sardinian partridge Alectoris barbara

Wildlife in Italy: Sardinian partridge Alectoris barbara

Systematic classification and distribution Class: Birds Order: Galliformes Family: Phasianides Subfamily: Perdicini Genre: Alectoris Species: A. barbara Bonnaterre, 1792 It is found in Sardinia, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands, northern Africa. In Italy it is present only in Sardinia where the typical form is found (Alectoris b.

Breeds of chickens: Cemani

Breeds of chickens: Cemani

Origin, spread and economic characteristicsAsian breed with black skin. The livery is also black. The name derives from Cemani, a village near the city of Solo on the island of Java. Imported to the Netherlands in 1998. Introduced in Italy between 1998 and 2000. Morphological characteristics Crest simple black-legged purple mumps.