Rokit™ made a move, heading to the South Island

Wednesday, October 26, 2022, 10:34 amPress release: Rocket Global Pioneering apple company, Rokit Global Limited, is targeting an additional 200 hectares of trees in 2023 for its biggest planting year yet. And he’s taking his global success story south in Canterbury and Nelson, where he’s also identifying suitable soils and growers. Looking for new partners … Read more

The Richmond Hostess Garden Club held its October meeting

Richmond Garden Club host Barbara Benes, along with co-chairs Justin Huselton, Carol Edwards, Marilyn Long and Vicki Ward, donated Happy Fall aprons to welcome club members to the October meeting. After a short social gathering, the members listened to an informative program presented by Jerry Jones of Richmond, Texas for two years with the city. … Read more

Home and Garden: Threaten a haunted house at home

Come Halloween, everyone deserves a good scare. Some people sit down for a horror movie marathon, while others enjoy books from famous horror writers like Stephen King and Dean Koontz. However, manual intimidation can also be effective, perhaps due to the popularity of vigorous hay rides and corn garnishes. Homeowners who want to offer friends … Read more

Fruit and flowers rot as importers wait weeks for quarantine clearance by biosecurity inspectors

Shipping containers stacked up with logos for Maersk and Hamburg Sud on them

Fruit is rotting in Australia’s ports, importers say, as shortages of staff and funding slow the importation of produce and can damage vital trade links. Main points: Importers say they are losing money and reputation pending quarantine inspections. Australia’s agriculture minister said cleaning times could be better Farmers have called for more financial support to … Read more

Price increase: flood to add fruit, vegetable costs at the checkout

Consumers have been warned that fruit and vegetable prices could rise after flooding damaged key agricultural areas in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania. Premier Anthony Albanese is visiting flood-hit areas in Victoria and NSW and says continued rain will drive up prices. “Unfortunately there was such a good crop expected in wheat, fruit and vegetables, most … Read more

The Maricopa County Home and Garden Show brings the Street of Dreams to Westworld this weekend. Special October 16

The Southwest’s largest home show, the Maricopa County Home and Garden Show, returned to Scottsdale Westworld this weekend and is still open to enjoy the event until Sunday, October 16th. Featuring hundreds of home improvement vendors, tiny houses, holiday lighting, specialty copper cookware and kitchen accessories, seminars by local professionals, and more. For a unique … Read more

Lumilds announced the confirmation of the reorganization plan

SAN JOSE, Calif.–( BUSINESS WIRE )–October 14, 2022– Lumiles Holding B.V. (“Lumils” or the “Company”), a leader in innovative lighting solutions, today announced that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York has approved the Company’s Plan of Reorganization (the “Plan”). . Lumileds plans to exit the Chapter 11 proceeding (“Chapter … Read more

Home and Garden: How to Identify Mold in Your Home

Homes are safe havens and places of recreation for their residents. No one wants to imagine that the place they call home is putting their health at risk, but this is exactly the case for people who live in a house with mold. The United States Environmental Protection Agency states that molds are not usually … Read more

Rocky Mountain Parks and Recreation Eyes Spring Opening, Leases in Place

Martin Kidston (Missoula Current) With construction on the Rocky Mountain Park and Exploration Center winding down and a lease agreement with the insect facility, Missoula County on Tuesday picked up half of its deal, this time with the county’s conservation district. The new facility at the Missoula County Fairgrounds broke ground last summer. The 28,000 … Read more