Exquisite copper-plated Ecumenical Art Chapel ages with the trees in Finland

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Subterranean London farm to harvest first crop 100 feet below street level

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London’s new underground farm is nearly open for business. We’ve reported on Growing Underground in the past, when the founders used crowdfunding to raise money for their equipment. This week, the city’s first subterranean farm is nearing completion of ‘phase one’ of production, putting the producers just a few weeks away from delivering the first harvest of pea shoots, radishes, and celery to commercial customers. Read the rest of Subterranean London farm to harvest first crop 100 feet below street level Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “clean energy” , environmentally friendly farming , growing underground , hydroponic farm , hydroponics , London , london underground farm , low-energy , microgreens , subterranean farm , Urban Farming

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Testicle-eating fish return to New Jersey

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“The return of the testicle-eating fish ” sounds more like a b-movie that should never happen, let alone an actual news item. But, alas, another of those slightly freaky looking fish with the human-like teeth—officially known as pacu—has been caught in a man-made lake in Delran , New Jersey. Which is somewhat baffling, as the pacu are native to South America, and are most frequently found in the lakes and streams of the Amazon. Read the rest of Testicle-eating fish return to New Jersey Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: amazon fish , aquarium pets , fish teeth , henrik carl , new jersey , pacu , pet abandon , pihrana , swedes lake , testicle-eating , testile-munching

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GreenerGreenGrass’ Slug Shield Keeps Slimy Visitors Away from Your Plants Naturally

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If you’re sick of snails and slugs making a meal out of your garden, but also can’t fathom poisoning those slimy little guys, then GreenerGreenGrass ‘ Slug Shield could be the natural deterrent you’ve been looking for. The Slug Shield uses coiled copper to repel slugs and snails both physically and electrochemically, without adding toxins to the environment or killing them off. By wrapping a Slug Shield around the base of plants, pots, and greenhouse table legs, you can repel slugs year-round. And unlike copper tape, the Slug Shield expands with plant growth so the product only needs to be applied one time and does not damage stalks. The shield works on a variety of plants, including citrus trees, orchids, dahlias, hostas, and a broad range of vegetables . + GreenerGreenGrass The article above was submitted to us by an Inhabitat reader. Want to see your story on Inhabitat ? Send us a tip by following this link . Remember to follow our instructions carefully to boost your chances of being chosen for publishing! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags:

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