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Monday, August 23, 2010

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About Capsicum

Capsicum is a genus of plants from the nightshade family (Solanaceae) native to the Americas. Some of the members of Capsicum are used as spices, vegetables, and medicines.  Capsicum was cultivated for thousands of years by the people of the tropical Americas, and is now cultivated worldwide. They are commonly called chili pepper, capsicum, red or green pepper, or sweet pepper in Britain. Capsicum in Australian English and Indian English. The large mild form is called bell pepper in the US. MORE...http://www.organicfood.com.au/Content_Common/pg-green-capsicum-facts.seo

Stuffed capsicum with rice, mince and pine nuts
by Dr Antigone Kouris-Blazos
This recipe belongs to my traditional Greek mother-in-law. These are very delicious - you can have these for dinner or served as an entree at a dinner party or included on a buffet table when entertaining. More....

CAPSICUM (Capsicum annum) High in minerals and vitamins A and C. Known in tropical America from ancient times.>MORE..

But try anything and see how the results go. We have had great success with the obvious salad varieties of tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber, shallots, celery, capsicum, chilli, snow peas and red salad onions. Vegetables like, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, beans, egg plant and all the choys for stir fries. We also use the companion planting logic and....MORE...

Many home owners will be attracted to the thought of an endless supply of backyard barramundi, silver perch, trout or jade perch that an aquaponic system can provide.....MORE....

Building a cheap but effective worm farm in a bathtub is a great idea if you also have an aquaponics system or a vegetable garden close by MORE....

CUCE-affiliated Manhattan high school set to build cutting-edge aquaponics greenhouse
With more than $1 million of public support now in place, the dream of creating a rooftop cutting-edge aquaponics greenhouse MORE...

Black Soldier Fly Larvae.  BSFL are among the world’s most efficient composters.   I haven’t seen scientific data to support this, but from experience they are at least 50X more efficient than worms at composting waste. More



Black Soldier Fly Larvae have now hit the bigtime ON FACE BOOK. More...




There we go till next time I wish you all the best with your little fishies and seeeeedlings
Ozzie

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