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Saving Water (First Facts: Water All Around) By Rebecca OlienSaving Water (First Facts: Water All Around) By Rebecca OlienProduct Description: Water is everywhere, from rain and your tap water to our lakes and river. With vivid photographs, clear text, diagrams, and fun facts, this informative set covers all the basic facts about water in our world.
Waterwise Garden Care From Santa Fe Greenhouses, Inc.Waterwise Garden Care From Santa Fe Greenhouses, Inc.Thriving, Waterwise Gardens in the Southwest & West Excellent instructive book on planning, creating and caring for beautiful, thriving gardens in the semi-arid and arid Southwest and West. Everything one needs to know for successful gardening while conserving water.
Taylor's Guide to Water-Saving Gardening: A Sourcebook for Gardeners, Fully Illustrated with 324 Color Photographs (Taylor's Gardening Guides) By Gordon P. DewolfTaylor's Guide to Water-Saving Gardening: A Sourcebook for Gardeners, Fully Illustrated with 324 Color Photographs (Taylor's Gardening Guides) By Gordon P. DewolfProduct Description: In areas that experience frequent water shortages, gardeners need to find new and innovative ways to grow their gardens. This book provides the answers to such questions as, Which plants will thrive without much water? Different varieties of flowers, ground covers, shrubs, and trees are all discussed. Helpful gardening techniques are provided for the 260 plants featured, including effective irrigation and soil improvement.
Taylor's Guide to Shade Gardening: More Than 350 Trees, Shrubs, and Flowers That Thrive Under Difficult Conditions, Illustrated with Color Photographs and Detailed Drawings From Houghton MifflinTaylor's Guide to Shade Gardening: More Than 350 Trees, Shrubs, and Flowers That Thrive Under Difficult Conditions, Illustrated with Color Photographs and Detailed Drawings From Houghton MifflinThis comprehensive guide addresses one of the most common problems for gardeners. Shade Gardening has over 250 color photographs of the 350 best trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, bulbs, ground covers, vines, ferns, and grasses for shaded areas. Articles cover the basics of growing plants in the shade as well as such subjects as city gardens, flowers, foliage plants, pests and diseases, and lawns.
What Is Water (First Facts: Water All Around) By Rebecca OlienWhat Is Water (First Facts: Water All Around) By Rebecca OlienProduct Description: Water is everywhere, from rain and your tap water to our lakes and rivers. With vivid photographs, clear text, diagrams, and fun facts, this informative set covers all the basic facts about water in our world.
Sources Of Water (Water All Around)Sources Of Water (Water All Around)By Rebecca Olien
Down Comes the Rain (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2) By Franklyn M. BranleyDown Comes the Rain (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2) By Franklyn M. BranleyProduct Description: After rain comes down, the sun comes out and dries the puddles. But the water isn't gone. The heat from the sun has turned it into water vapor-it has evaporated. Eventually, this moisture in the air condenses to form new clouds. Soon the rain will fall again. Read on to find out all the ups and downpours of the water cycle!
Minimization of water use and wastewater contaminant load [An article from: Journal of Cleaner Production By R. Sans, J. Ribo, D. Alvarez, C. Forne, M. PuigMinimization of water use and wastewater contaminant load [An article from: Journal of Cleaner Production By R. Sans, J. Ribo, D. Alvarez, C. Forne, M. PuigThis digital document is a journal article from Journal of Cleaner Production, published by Elsevier in 1998. The article is delivered in HTML format. Description: This communication describes a project concerning the minimization of water use and wastewater contaminant load in an industrial setting. The location was a plant manufacturing cast aluminum parts for the automotive industry.
Water And The Weather (Water All Around) By Rebecca OlienWater And The Weather (Water All Around) By Rebecca OlienProduct Description: Water is everywhere, from rain and your tap water to our lakes and river. With vivid photographs, clear text, diagrams, and fun facts, this informative set covers all the basic facts about water in our world.
Saving Water (Improving Our Environment) By Jen GreenSaving Water (Improving Our Environment) By Jen GreenProduct Description: Looking afer the water in our enviroment.
Making Water Clean (First Facts: Water All Around) By Rebecca OlienMaking Water Clean (First Facts: Water All Around) By Rebecca OlienWater is everywhere, from rain and your tap water to our lakes and river. With vivid photographs, clear text, diagrams, and fun facts, this informative set covers all the basic facts about water in our world.
Pure human urine is a good fertiliser for cucumbers [An article from: Bioresource Technology By H. Heinonen-Tanski, A. Sjoblom, H. Fabritius, KariPure human urine is a good fertiliser for cucumbers [An article from: Bioresource Technology By H. Heinonen-Tanski, A. Sjoblom, H. Fabritius, KariProduct Description: This digital document is a journal article from Bioresource Technology, published by Elsevier in 2007. The article is delivered in HTML format. Human urine obtained from separating toilets was tested as a fertiliser for cultivation of outdoor cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) in a Nordic climate. The urine used contained high amounts of nitrogen with some phosphorus and potassium, but numbers of enteric microorganisms were low even though urine had not been preserved before sampling. The cucumber yield after urine fertilisation was similar or slightly better than the yield obtained from control rows fertilised with commercial mineral fertiliser.
The Water Cycle (First Facts: Water All Around) By Rebecca OlienThe Water Cycle (First Facts: Water All Around) By Rebecca OlienWater is everywhere, from rain and your tap water to our lakes and river. With vivid photographs, clear text, diagrams, and fun facts, this informative set covers all the basic facts about water in our world.
Ultrafiltration with variable volume diafiltration: a novel approach to water saving in diafiltration processes-An article from: Desalination By G. FoleyUltrafiltration with variable volume diafiltration: a novel approach to water saving in diafiltration processes-An article from: Desalination By G. FoleyProduct Description This digital document is a journal article from Desalination, published by Elsevier in 2006. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Media Library immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.
Potential for potable water savings by combining the use of rainwater and greywater in houses in southern Brazil [An article from: Building and Environment By E. Ghisi, S. Mengotti de OliveiraPotential for potable water savings by combining the use of rainwater and greywater in houses in southern Brazil [An article from: Building and Environment By E. Ghisi, S. Mengotti de OliveiraThis digital document is a journal article from Building and Environment, published by Elsevier in 2007. The article is delivered in HTML format. Description: Research on rainwater and greywater have been performed all over the world as a way of promoting potable water savings. The main objective of this article is to evaluate the potential for potable water savings by using rainwater and greywater in two houses in southern Brazil.
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