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6 Beautiful Balcony Plants to Control Mosquitoes

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By Shaan Lalwani Is the municipality’s anti-mosquito fumigation getting you down? Are you tired of applying jars of strange smelling, sticky mosquito repellents? Or do you like me, love pottering in the garden and do not want to spend your time swatting mosquitoes? I have a nursery in my own backyard, so I spend lots […]

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June 10th, 2011 | Posted in Health and Wellbeing,Home remedies,Indoor Air Quality | Read More »

How To Grow Fresh Air Using Houseplants

How To Grow Fresh Air by Dr B. C. Wolverton

by Bhavani Prakash Imagine the earth as a gigantic greenhouse. Plants and trees absorb vast amounts of carbon dioxide as well as toxins from the atmosphere while releasing precious oxygen, thereby producing and maintaining clean air.  Logically speaking, the concept should apply to any closed environment such as an urban apartment or office building, or […]

May 4th, 2011 | Posted in Chemicals,Indoor Air Quality | Read More »

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