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Plane Trees Sparkle

Plane Trees Sparkle

The ‘Europalaan’ is one of the busiest entry roads into the Belgian city of Genk and was infamous for being a ‘place of misery’. That was until 2000, when the city council together with the regional government came up with a new mobility and structure plan that would decongest the entire area.

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Increased seedling production, improved seedling quality and reduced costs of cultivating tomatoes in Slovakia.

Increased seedling production, improved seedling quality and reduced costs in oak and beech nursery in Slovakia

Nursery trial at Lesy Slovenskej republiky š.p., OZ Semenoles, Slovakia under supervision of Ing. Ivan Varchol, Head of ŠS Šariské Michaľany.

Mr. Vladimír Oravec, TerraCottem Sales Representative for Slovakia summarizes:

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TerraCottem’s effect on biomass production in vermiculite and perlite tomato seedbeds and on the WRC of these seedbeds

TerraCottem’s effect on biomass production in vermiculite and perlite tomato seedbeds and on the WRC of these seedbeds

At the Institute for Mediterranean and Subtropical Horticulture "La Mayora" (IHSM-CSIC), a research station from the University of Málaga, Spain, trials were carried out on tomato seedbeds made from vermiculite and perlite.

Professor María Remedios Romero Aranda explains...

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A Total Green Solution

A Total Green Solution

Imog, an inter-municipal public company in Belgium provides integrated waste treatment for over 230,000 inhabitants from 11 municipalities. Their site in Moen covers more than 27 hectares and undertakes numerous operations.

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Worldwide Acclaim For Floral Displays

Worldwide Acclaim For Floral Displays

Oudenaarde, a historic city of the arts in the beating heart of the Flemish Ardennes, is famous for its floral displays. The area of the Flemish Ardennes covers a hilly region in the south of the province of East Flanders in Belgium, with Oudenaarde being one of its major cities.

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Australian Wildlife Moves In

Australian Wildlife Moves In

Nested in one of the Onkaparinga River’s final bends before it empties out into Gulf St Vincent in Southern Australia, a decommissioned sewerage plant offered up a surprising amount of potential. The site, part of an existing coastal wetlands setting is close to the growing suburb of Noarlunga Downs.

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