Nature Reviews Earth & Environment
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Nature Reviews Earth & Environment

Do you find it incredibly difficult to keep track of the latest developments in Earth and environmental sciences? With an ever increasing volume of scientific literature being published, that’s no surprise. So, if you’re new to a field, want to delve deeper into a topic, or if you just want to see what the most […]

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Conserve Water Using Weather & Soil Moisture Sensors
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Conserve Water Using Weather & Soil Moisture Sensors

For the last few years, more and more sensors have been hitting the market and for good reason. A sensor is like a thermostat for your landscape. It collects data on site and tells your irrigation controller whether irrigation is needed. Sensors allow your controller to accurately and automatically adjust your irrigation schedule to save […]

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The Grass Whisperer
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The Grass Whisperer

I guess I’m a grass connoisseur. I like grass in the products that I eat. I like that grass holds my topsoil. I like grass because it’s pretty. So there’s an old saying you know you cut hay in the afternoon. That’s when all the sugar goes up to the plant. These are all basically […]

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Annie The Koala | WWF-Australia
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Annie The Koala | WWF-Australia

Annie was found in an area of burnt-out habitat about 10 days after the bushfires fires swept through Mallacoota around New Year’s day. She was just found hunkered down in burnt-out trees with no foliage around and then transported back to Melbourne Zoo. The main purpose with most of these burn patients is to try […]

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